When planning the kitchen remodel, I consistently tended toward a white and gray neutral color palette overall for the bones of the room, but I knew I wanted to dress it up with various bright colored accents. I recalled that long ago I had seen a photo of dip dyed chairs and thought that would be a good way to add color.
I chose these simple chairs for their modern aesthetic and, maybe more importantly, their very reasonable price tag. This project is actually fairly simple and once you have your supplies, it isn’t terribly time consuming. Attention to detail is probably the most important factor.
Note that if you wanted to do the same thing but have the color dip go below the hardware of the chair, this would be much simpler. However, I prefer the look of the color higher up the legs so my method is below. I did try leaving one chair partially assembled and it was WAY more trouble than it was worth. The disassembling and hanging method described below was pretty quick and simple.