by Grace Bonney FACEBOOK TWITTER PINTEREST have a before and after project you’d like to share on d*s? just shoot me an email right here with your pictures. jane February 28th, 2008 How does everyone get their paint so nice and smooth on all of their “before and afters”? I’m eyeing an old secretary (desk, that is) of mine… jeans February 28th, 2008 i LOOOOVE these chair stories. they make me daydream when i should be working. makes me think of chaircouture, but even better because you don’t need oodles of $ and celestrial professional skills…. lucky February 28th, 2008 lovin it. michelle February 28th, 2008 my grandmother has that dining room set. it was my great grandparents, they got it as a wedding gift in 1914. erin lang norris February 28th, 2008 wow! that looks fantastic! great job. :) Jennifer Mitchell February 29th, 2008 I think Theresa must live in Grosse Pointe. Have I seen her around somewhere? We Pointers are famous for embracing the pink and green whilst sipping our cocktails at the club. :) ld February 29th, 2008 I’ve done something similar with old wooden chairs before as well. The problem is, in spite of multiple gluing sessions, they always end up becoming rickety. Any suggestions? Elaine March 22nd, 2008 I absolutely loooove your website!! I just discovered it today, I’m so excited :) Sue | Design July 20th, 2009 I am loving this site the more and more I visit. I just love all the new ideas that I have managed to pick up from you. Like this chair for example, not that I would use that vibrant green but it sure does make a statement. LEAVE A COMMENT Design*Sponge reserves the right to restrict comments that do not contribute constructively to the conversation at hand, contain profanity, personal attacks or seek to promote a personal or unrelated business.