AND unfortunately, each of these tasks will cost a couple hundred dollars each, so they aren't easy to just knock out. But they are definitely high on my priority list!
I recently bought four IKEA Harry chairs for our kitchen table. We used to have just two ghost chairs and two IKEA Henriksdal chairs, but everyone tends to gather in our kitchen when we have people over and we needed more seating. Our antique table is pretty small and four Henriksdal chairs would not fit.
I like the Harry chairs.. they are petite but still comfortable. I spray painted the legs black/brown. However, the covers are terrible!! They are wrinkly (even after I ironed them.. twice) and not great looking. I'd much rather have loose, 100% linen (wrinkly in a good way) covers. I just need to price them out with my seamstress.
The frame situation for my art in the master bedroom is a perfect example of the saying "buy cheap, buy twice". I went with the least expensive floating frames from Michaels, and they are terrible!! The top layer is glass and the bottom is a very cheap acrylic that is all skewed when the light hits it (you can see in the image above).
I'd like the swap the cheap frames with these from Muji (currently sold out.. bummer) or the better quality frames from Michael's (we have them in our powder room).
The last one needs to explanation... our faucets are hideous!!
I'm not sure which one of these I'll tackle first!