Hi, my name is Carrie-Eve, & I have a distressing PROBLEM....I guess the first step is admitting you have a problem, right?! Haha. My newest addiction is distressing furniture.... I actually have to also admit that I have a SERIOUS love/hate relationship with the whole process too. I am almost always indecisive when it comes to things like this...I can never decide on colors, patterns, etc. Then again, I'm pretty insatiable with everything after a while too & am almost always changing up the way things look! (God love Mr.Hooah for putting up with my craziness! haha!) I found this little antique desk on Craigslist, which is my usual go-to place when looking for things I want/that need a 2nd chance at life! I knew it had potential & I was right because the outcome made me fall in complete love with it! And that old chair you see, well, I got it for free at The Airborne Attic 2 years ago. Yes, I know, I'm somewhat of a pack-rat! I knew it was meant for something, some day, & finally I found a use for it! I wasn't sure how I wanted to do it, you know, make it look pretty... & at first I thought I would reupholster it, but I coincidentally couldn't find my heavy duty stapler, so I decided to sew a cover for it so I can also take it off & remove it to wash it when/if need be. I must say it was a rather interesting process but I am so very happy with the way it all turned out! Mr.Hooah & I set out to Lowes to have some turquoise-ish paint mixed up & wouldn't you know we lucked up on this color that someone had returned & it is VALSPAR & was only $10 for the gallon! I also bought a return of a white/grey sample someone returned & they had it marked down to fifty-cents! I was more than stoked! The yellow color is the color we used for our bathroom. I used all 3 colors too! First came the sanding process...then I painted 2 coats of the golden yellow, 3 coats of turquoise, & then distressed this baby with my new sander Mr.Hooah bought me! That's when you know it's true love...when your husband shares his power tools with you & even buys you a few! Haha. After that, I dry brushed some of the white-grey over the sanded a few spots to give it a little more of a rustic-distressed look & this is what I created!