For my little lady’s first birthday party (you can see the party details here), Ever since my I saw this gorgeous Vintage Highchair painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint on The Golden Sycamore, I really wanted to find a vintage wooden high chair that I could paint!
After hunting for a vintage high chair for awhile I finally found the perfect one…
and I’m so happy to share this wooden high chair with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.
Of course, refinished wooden high chairs are not only hard to find but they are pricey!
So imagine my excitement when I discovered this gem of a high chair at my favorite thrift shop. I snagged this baby up for only $10.
Although it’s condition was poor, I knew it could be gorgeous with a little love and some Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.
About Annie Sloan Chalk Paint: this was my first project using it and it lived up to it’s reputation. So easy to use, no sanding, super easy to get the distressed look. My husband and I, both, loved it.
We used Annie Sloan’s Duck Egg Blue for this chair. The color went perfect with the pink and aqua colors of the party. We decided to use dark wax for the finish and I’m so glad we did. It gave such a vintage feel. I was so impressed with how little goes a long way.
Oh I just love the finished look. The curves are so pretty. I’m so glad we were able to revive it.
Thanks so much for stopping by today to enjoy this chair with me.
If you are an Annie Sloan Chalk Paint user I would love for you to share your favorite Annie Sloan Chalk Paint color with me.