Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Refurbished Patio Furniture

In my post today, I want to share with you our refurbished patio furniture.

This patio furniture was bought by my in-law's in the early 1990's. 
It was originally black, then we painted it green when we inherited the set in the late 90's.
Here are the before pictures. 
Here is a view of the furniture on our front porch.
Here is the glider. 
Here is the chair.
Here is the side table. 


Each piece needed new screws/bolts and paint. 
Here are the new parts on the glider (new and shiny)!


New paint. Rust-Oleum in Metallic oil rubbed bronze. 


Andy used his sprayer to paint the furniture.  This made it so fast and the color  more even.





Here is the refurbished patio set. 


It is hard to tell, but the new bronze color is so pretty. 


I bought these two pretty green outdoor pillows from Target. 







Here is a close-up of the bronze color. 



More details of the glider. 



Here is the refurbished chair. 



Refurbished table. 


Since we had some paint leftover, we sprayed this planter that was light grey.  This will give you a better look at the pretty bronze color. 




I am so happy that we took the time to refurbish this furniture.  

We priced new patio furniture, but hands down, it cost us so much less to refurbish our existing set. 

On my next post I will share with you my front porch with my spring plants. 

Thank you for looking!

See you on the next post. 

Hugs, Shelly

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5 comments:

  1. It looks brand new! Good for you guys. I can't wait to see the plants. :)

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  2. Looks great! Thanks so much for sharing on The Creative Exchange!

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  3. I love how paint can make things look new again! It looks fantastic! I will be featuring this from The Creative Exchange! xo, Laura

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  4. It looks good as new! You definitely saved a substantial amount of money by refurbishing your existing furniture, rather than buying a new one. Why buy, when a little touch of paint will do the trick, right? Cheers!

    Ian Hawkins @ Wicker Works

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