When I decide I want to do something, I need it to be completed yesterday. I don't really allow any time between decision and execution, and the creation of my wonderful workroom is no exception. Not only did I start painting the walls a beautiful pink (Pink Innocence by Benjamin Moore) this weekend, but I took an old, dingy wicker chair and revamped for $4. The chair had once been a part of my childhood bedroom, but became relegated to a collector for my laundry and other miscellaneous crapola. I had forgotten all about it until Friday, and I scurried to find it at Little and Daddy's. A quick stop to Walmart for two cans of Krylon paint ($2.50 a pop), and I was in business. While I had brussel sprouts roasting in the oven, pasta cooking on the stove and Mahi Mahi and shrimp sizzling on the grill, I set to work. Two coats of Matte Aluminum, 30 minutes (and a delicious dinner) later, and my chair had taken on a whole new life. For Steeplechase this year I made a dress out of some pretty Liberty of London fabric. I was underwhelmed by the finished dress product (the color was just no good on my skin tone), so I took the dress apart and retooled it into a new cushion. I can't wait to put this sweet seat in my swiftly coming along workroom!