The first step was to remove the seat pan, and pull off the fabric, this took a Phillips head screwdriver to remove the seat pan. And then a flat head screw driver and some pliers did the trick with the huge number of staples which were used to secure the fabric.
After sanding the chair to rough it up and prepare for painting, I used a combination of spray paint and craft paints that I already had in my collection, After the turquoise base color was applied I sprayed on some antique white, then used a sponge brush to add some tan, pink and peach.
After the paint had dried for a full 24 hours, I distressed it a bit with the sander. The final step was a coat of clear satin finish (spray paint).
In between the painting, I took care of the re-upholstery, using the matching fabric from the first chair.
So this project literally was the cost of the chair at $9.99, I had everything else already on hand; leftover paint, fabric and vinyl for the lettering on the back of the chair.