|A Great, Frugal Find|
I loved it's overall utilitarian styling, chunky stance, aged wood, old leather seat and back and of course the giant tack hardware. For a guy who's a little "gaga-for-gothic", this chair won me over upon first glance. And who could turn down a deal like that? I've spent more on Happy Meals. This indeed made me happier than any McDonald's meal could!
|Lots of Character|
I wanted to retain its weathered and tattered appearance so merely applied my new, favorite product, butcher block conditioner, as noted in my reclaimed folding chairs post.
|After a little TLC with the conditioner|
I elected to use the product on the leather as well since the natural waxes seemed more beneficial for the aged-leather than typical, petroleum-based conditioners.
|The perfect companion for my vintage, cedar chest|
Do you like this style? Are you "Gaga for Gothic" or "Crazy for Chairs" (like my sister)?
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