Sweet Rocking Chair Redo: Meet Adorable Adelaide

This sweet child’s rocking chair was gifted to Megan.
I have a little thing for little rocking chairs.
They are just cute.
One little repair was made by replacing a dowel and she was good to go for her makeover.
I named her Adorable Adelaide.
This was her before shot:
I discovered I could use the kids’ picnic table in other ways.
Sure wish I thought of that sooner.
And her after:

Told ya she was adorable.
How can you ever go wrong with yellow?
Goodbye Adelaide…you are off to the Blessed Nest!
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  1. Super cute! I love the bold color and the stripes. Great redo!

  2. Hi, Stacey! I love this! Just found you through Sunday’s Best Party…npw I’m following ~ ? So nice to meet you!
    Best,
    Anne

  3. This is so adorable! I can see so many kids reading in it!

  4. This was great inspiration for the chairs I have sitting in my basement waiting to get madeover. Thanks!!

  5. This is awesome Stacey! I love the stripes!! It makes this little chair look more modern! Love the cheery yellow too!

  6. What a transformation! Adorable Adelaide is lovely in yellow!

  7. Such a fun and happy chair!

  8. i love it! the color is perfection!

  9. i love it! the color is perfection!

  10. Love the bright yellow, looks great!

  11. What a sweet rocking chair.
    Anne

  12. I think the re-do is adorable. It really looks great!

    Jocelyn @
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com

  13. Looks like a smokin’ hot race car! Some little fanny’s gonna be going to town in that baby!!!

  14. Super cute!! Love the stripes!

  15. Darling chair! Why is it that when things are on smaller scale, they are so much cuter than there larger counterpart? I love the yellow and your stripes look fantastic!
    I also love the way you staged your pictures. It looks so inviting.
    Have a happy Tuesday

    ?Tausha
    sassystyleredesign.com

  16. You rocked the rocker. That makes you a rocking rockee right?

    ~Bliss~

  17. Ah – I just LOVE this! And am going to pin it for inspiration for my son’s new nursery! SO cute!

  18. This is adorable! It makes me want to go get a thrifted chair I can paint like that! I would love for you to share this at my link party
    http://thewinthropchronicles.blogspot.com/2012/05/share-it-link-party-10.html

  19. I agree, you can’t go wrong with yellow! Love those stripes! Definitely adorable!

  20. I agree, you can’t go wrong with yellow! Love those stripes! Definitely adorable!

  21. great redo on the rocking chair. love the yellow! its so funny im doing one too looks very similar style to yours. i started out painting it orange, not happy with that and i painted it blue today not sure if it will stay that way either. very unsure with this piece!

  22. Very cute! Great idea! I’d love for you to add it on my link party at: http://printabelle.com/?p=3188 Thanks!

  23. So bright and cheery. Thanks for sharing.

  24. This is really cute! Especially for a child’s bedroom!

  25. Super cute! Loving the colors.

    Would love for you to share at my link party.

    http://www.thesasselife.com/2012/05/crafty-sasse-wednesday-link-party-36.html

  26. oh pretty pretty adelaide – how I love your stripes – what a killer ‘after’ project – well done! c’mon by for a visit anytime!

    http://www.NorthernCottage.net

  27. Hi Stacey! This is super cute! I would love to feature it on my blog Better After. http://betterafter.blogspot.com C’mon over and let me know what you think! :)

  28. Super cute! I love that yellow, and Adelaide is my daughter’s name =)

  29. This is perfect! Love yellow, and LOVE the stripes!

  30. Love how you used the stripes to continue the lines of the spindles on the back of the chair. Very cool!

  31. Super cute, Stacy! Love the color and stripes! Great job!

  32. Good to know about your blog i have visit and i am very inspired from you.
    Thank you for post..

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  33. Love this Stacey! I’m a sucker for stripes on anything! Great job!

  34. Your talent’s been featured at http://chase-thestar.blogspot.com/2012/05/last-weeks-link-up-features.html thanks for linking up! Please stop by and grab a button!
    Barbara @ Chase the Star

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