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01 November 2021


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Can't it be reupholstered?

They could be quite beautiful if reupholstered.
I would have a hard time passing them by.

I once sublet an apartment from a man who had a cat. It included the furniture which included two barrel chairs. When I first saw the chairs I thought they had shag carpeting for upholstery. No, the cats had shredded them.

I used to have dreams about finding “treasures” people threw out. I still vividly remember one when I was a kid. That was a along time ago. The search for aging fancies is well ingrained. Still dreaming, but with eyes wide open!

They would be a fun thing to salvage.

I'm afraid I couldn't pass them up! I bet reupholstered they would be charming!


Both an informative and amusing post.
Thank you for the smile

These will be interesting posts. The chairs could be quite nice redone. I guess we'd call them slipper chairs?

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