As much as I love the metal bistro chairs I sell, my manufacturer is often out of stock so I thought it was time to offer a dining chair option with a DIY Kit option. To purchase this DIY Kit, please click here. You can also order the assembled version from the same link. Let's get started with assembly.
Your kit includes everything you see in the above picture.
-2 arm rests
You will need to supply the following items:
-220 grit sandpaper
-paint and/or stains in colors of your choice
If you plan to stain or leave the chair unfinished, use a fine grit sandpaper to sand away the burn marks on the front and back of each piece. If you plan to paint the chair, I recommend doing so after assembling the base.
Gently insert the base into one of the legs. The pegs should fit snuggly without breaking. Repeat on the other side of the base with the other leg. If you feel the chair needs more stability, you can use a bit of super glue, but I don't think it's necessary.
To attach the arm rests, apply glue to the tops of the legs (see the first picture above). Lay the arm rests down on a flat surface. Turn the legs upside down and attach them to the arm rests. You can see in the second picture that the arm rests should stick out slightly more on the front side of the chair.
To attach the back, apply a drop of glue to each of the cut outs, and press on to the back of the arm rests. Allow the glue to dry completely.
You have a finished chair ready to gather around the table. Make sure to tag me on Instagram @mini.adventures.co to show me how you customized your chair.