These pretties have gone through a pretty major transformation. Back in October, I scored these vintage rocking chairs. A month or so ago, I told you about the process refinishing them. And today, I am proud to show you the completed project!This has been a slow home project, both literally and figuratively. The rockers were found at an antique shop in Northwestern Connecticut. For about $100, I took them home. I sent them off to the refinisher who took them completely apart, re-glued them, and put a gorgeous white lacquer finish on them. I used Benjamin Moore Cloud white. I like it because it has a hint of grey in it and it doesn’t seem to yellow like some white paints do. He took months to complete the project – but I am thrilled with the results, so I won’t complain!I purchased the chocolate brown mohair – this was the most expensive part of the rocking chair redo. Last time I posted about the rockers I got several emails from concerned readers. To be clear: I had the deer pelts lying around the house from a photo shoot I styled back in 2004 or 2005. I realize that many of you think it’s poor taste to decorate with animal pelts. It is my feeling that I already had them in my custody, and didn’t go out and destroy an animals life in order to finish these chairs. If I was handed a vintage fur to wear in the Winter, I would probably wear it too. But that is just me. I know that this is not necessarily everyone’s take, so please forgive me if it’s not your cup of tea.I am truly happy with the end result. The best part of decorating with my vintage find is that I did not spend any more money to get a set of unique, high quality, handsome chairs than if had I gone to Crate and Barrel and picked out something brand new, not as well made, and not as special. I believe these rocking chairs will stand the test of time in our new home – and won’t end up in a landfill like so many chain store purchases do!