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I then took a clean cloth and wiped my wood down with soap and water, to get rid of any dust and dirt.
After pulling off 2 layers of fabric (holy moley dirty & dusty!) I was left with the wooden seat base. I cut off any excess fabric in the corners, folded the batting, and secured with multiple staples. I wanted to keep the bench fairly neutral, simply because I didn’t really know where its final home would be.

This fabric (found at Jo-Ann fabric for 50% off!) was just what I wanted for my neutral bench. With all of the little nooks and crannies in the chair (I’m now craving an english muffin), I thought spray paint was the best way to give it full, even coverage. Going with a gray and white color scheme would allow me to move it from room to room, until I found a permanent home. They went in way easier than I thought, and I didn’t even have to use much force with the hammer.

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