I'm sure you've all come across camp stools in your vintage shopping travels. I always purchase them and update them with fabric. I've covered them in a black and white awning stripe fabric as well as in a P. Kaufmann leopard print. I had a matching pair of these leopard camp stools. They ended up at the foot of a bed in a girly bedroom.
|ONE OF A PAIR OF "LEOPARD" CAMP STOOLS|
If you've been following along you know that I'm on a faux fur kick,
so my next camp stool is very furry and fun.
|FAUX FUR CAMP STOOL|
Whenever I re-cover a camp stool, I first remove the original canvas seat and save it for a pattern. I always line the fabric to give it more strength. You can see that I used some solid white canvas duck as a liner for the faux fur.
|UNDERSIDE WITH COTTON DUCK LINING|
I attached the seat to the base using my staple gun. Since I already had some rhinestone upholstery tacks, I decided to glam up the camp stool even more with the tacks.
|RHINESTONE UPHOLSTERY TACKS FOR SOME GLAM.|
Keep your eye out for some camp stools. They're extra seating, a place to sit and put on your shoes, or add a tray and they become a side table.