Mod Podge Bar Stools

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By Home Decor Contributor Jennifer from Brave New Home.

DIY Bar Stool Makeover with Mod Podge

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We inherited a set of bar stools that were the perfect height for our counter and completely functional but they were a bit shabby.

Sanding Stools

Worn Edges by Sanding

Using some fabric and Mod Podge, I gave them a quick makeover.  I started by sanding the stools down.  I liked the worn look in some places.

Trace

Taped Edge

I traced around the stool seat leaving about two inches extra to fold over the sides.  The more the better.  It keeps the edges from fraying.  After I mod podged the seat and adhered my fabric, I hot glued the edges under the stool and used masking tape to hold down the sides.

Mod Podge Bar Stool Makeover

DIY Mod Podge Bar Stool Makeover

Then all the fabric got an extra coat of mod podge.  Here are the stools against a newly painted chalkboard wall.  They’ve been holding up great to regular use!

Bar Stool Makeover with Mod Podge

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Jennifer will be sharing DIY projects, home decor ideas, and other budget friendly inspiration to help transform your house into an authentic home. Jennifer lives in San Diego with her military husband and their toddler son—so you can expect some kid friendly crafts, too! She believes you don’t need the biggest budget or the largest space to start creating a home true to its inhabitants. Her favorite crafts are adapting off-the-shelf items into affordable projects. Catch up with Jennifer at her blog born from decorating paralysis, Brave New Home.

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