I touched up my red painted chairs with some white paint so there aren't pink smudges everywhere. The white paint is not an exact match to the white leather however I still think it is an improvement! The stencil job looks a lot cleaner and better now.
I don't recommend the quality of these overstock chairs. I gave them a great review on the website and can no longer change that review so I am giving you the real review here! Only one month of use and the cushion on the chair looks pretty sad! You can paint lots of different kinds of leather chairs so just find ones that are better quality than these bad boys!
AND THE UGLY!
The "Acrylic Finisher" product from turtlefeathers.net that I put on the chairs is rubbing off in areas on the seat and looks pretty ugly. I am not too pleased with this finish product. I like the idea of putting something on the chairs to protect the paint but can it really be protecting it if it comes off easier than the paint? It also seems to make the little lint hairs from my boys jeans stick to the seats so I am constantly wiping them off and my wash cloth is covered in blue lint - yuck! I don't know exactly what to recommend to anyone doing this project but maybe you could try a leather conditioner instead? Or maybe only 1 or 2 very light coats instead of the 4 that I put on these chairs. The paint itself is holding up great - I have even used a magic eraser on the chairs to clean them and the paint was not bothered by that at all! I almost wonder if you could get away with no finish product?
Thankfully they still look great from the back, the paint is holding up well, and the ugly parts of the chair are hidden under the countertop!
Just wanted to pass on these tips for anyone else attempting this project!