Love your transformation, the chair covers really add to the total effect. You'll certainly make some money on this set. Thanks for sharing.
I have my grandmothers old duncan phife it is now in peices but I still have it in storage love those legsKAT
Wow it looks stunning I would love to have that in my kitchen
Stunning! I had a set like that once and still wish I had kept it! The color and the fabric really make it seem very chic. Great transformation!
Great Job! Love the set.
It's beautiful. I love the black too. Thanks for linking to the party. I hope to see you again this week.
Great job! Love the black and the fabric you used on the seats. Stopping by from 504 Main
Hi! I am in OP and saw your gorgeous booth at Lone Elm this past weekend--I am in awe of your talent and eye for beautiful pieces! I am considering a small booth there...would you possibly allow me to ask a few questions? Thank you! Erin (email@example.com)
LURVE, Those chairs! Great Job Sistah'
perfect timing! my mom died in february and left this exact set of furniture (in better shape, though - LOL!). it was the only thing i really wanted, but i want to paint the table & chairs, and have worried about it. you have given me the courage to go ahead. it is only because the furniture was hers that i hesitated. i am usually pretty fearless about painting furniture. i needed a sign from the universe, and google pointed me here. as i said, perfect timing!thank you!!!! :)
Hi, Next time I visit KC, I'm coming by your booth! Do you have a post on how you painted your Duncan Phyfe dining table and chairs? I have a set and this post just gave me yet another project to do! Great blog. Thanks!
The style is called Lyre Back. I have my grandmother's and she would be 119 years old this year. Her's originally had needlepoint seats. It is definitely antique. In good original shape they are valued at over $1000. I have the same table, the chairs are a bit different. The table has 4 leafs. It extends to almost 10 feet.