Published at Sunday, March 11th, 2018 - 07:03:52 AM. Papasan Chair. By Ernest Barnier.
Today, however, we often see used papasan chairs being sold at ridiculously low prices in online auctions, or even thrown out into the alleys, free for anyone who may take a fancy to it. There are still several stores that sell the traditional chairs that are imported from Asian countries like the Philippines, but even these stores say that sales have dropped considerably over the years.
Stain the base a different color. Most traditional papasan chairs are made of rattan and are treated with clear lacquer so that the light brown color of the rattan shows through. You can considerably change the appearance of your chair by re-staining it with a darker shade like mahogany or even black. This will not only make the chair look new but give it a more elegant and sophisticated look as well. Painting over the rattan base is not usually recommended but it can work if you are planning to move the chair to your kid's bedroom or the playroom, in which case a brighter color could certainly be more fitting.
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