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Playful Repurposing of a Child's Chair
By: A Cat Eye Girl  -  1/12/2011


A versatile and playful element, a child’s chair repurposed becomes an “eye level“ prop.

A child’s chair, because of its diminutive size, can be placed on top of another surface, like a sideboard or primitive cabinet.  You now have an eye level surface to place something you love at eye level, like a piece of pottery.  Place a lamp on the chair and it will cast soft light farther.

Repurposed as a plant stand, a child’s chair placed in between or behind formal seating brings the “outside” inside or placed on a kitchen table to hold an African Violet in a McCoy planter.

Repurposed as a shelf, a child’s chair can be hung on a wall as a needed occasional surface, like in a bathroom to hold your basket of personal care products.

Share your ideas about repurposing a child's chair!


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