Dimensions: Depth (front to back) 22 inches, Width (side to side) 17.5 inches, Height of back 33 inches, Seat cushion is about roughly 15 inches square, Weight 16 pounds. This chair would be a nice accent piece in a living room, dining room, den, office or bedroom. $100.
I found this chair curbside next to a monument in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of D.C. It had no seat and was painted a dingy white. It had apparently been kept outside for quite away, as a piece of vine was twisted around one leg. I used a wire brush to remove loose paint and clean up the frame, and spray painted it a fresh color, “Oasis Blue” by Rust-Oleum, in satin. I cut a seat out of medium density fiberboard, attached thick foam and batting, and covered it with an upholstery fabric and a layer of batting (from Joann) to complete the cool aqua theme. The seat is attached to the frame with screws. This was my first ever upholstery job. I like the rounded shape of the cushion, which is firm and comfortable. I wish I had a pair of these chairs to offer, but upcyclers can’t be choosers.
Item with the same fabric: Aqua Stool.