Finally getting around to sharing this little furniture makeover!
I got this small storage footstool sometime last year at a secondhand shop. It was only $6 and in great condition! The only problem was it’s completely dated look, with faded floral upholstery and scratched-up wood finish. I knew it would be an easy fix though!
I ended up picking a vintage pillowcase to reupholster it with. I wanted something totally different that you’d probably never see on a footstool in the store, and this was such a pretty print. The paint colors were an easy choice because they accented the fabric perfectly.
So I forgot to take a picture of the inside, but I actually lined it with pages from an old McCall’s magazine. (I just mod podged them to the inside, then coated them in more mod podge and then a poly glaze.)
This ended up being one of my favorite projects – I love how it turned out! But since we have no place in our house for it (we have a tiny living room in which we already have a large storage ottoman) I ended up selling it at my booth at the Florence Antique Mall. It sold within a few days. I hope the new owner loves it!