Took an old smelly couch, stripped it and made it into an outdoor couch. I used fence pickets, sanded them smooth, stained and attached to front back and sides. I used premium quality pine for the arms and top. Total cost, roughly 150 dollars. Still needs cushions and pillows... anyone want to sew some for me?? Reuse, Recycle.
Outdoor Furniture Makeovers That Will Blow You Away
It’s time to get your decks, patios, porches and outdoor spaces ready for spring and summer! And while new outdoor furniture may not be in your budget, you can get a brand new look for cheap. Need proof? Here are 15 outdoor furniture makeovers that will totally blow you away. Outdoor Furniture Makeovers That WOW!read more...
Makeover an Outdoor table and refresh chairs | DeeplySouthernHome
Earlier this week I revealed our Outdoor Patio Makeover. One of the integral pieces that needed a major overhaul was our large outdoor dinning table and chairs. It’s a spacious table we have had for nearly ten years. Initially, the tabletop was glass. Of course, you can imagine how long that lasted when we ... Read More about Makeover an Outdoor table and refresh chairs
We love being in our backyard. I use it like an extra room in our house, nearly year round. It’s like a giant playroom. Only it has more ants. I bought our patio table and chairs at WalMart several years ago when they marked down the leftovers. I got a fantastic deal on the set […]
No Sew Project: How to recover your outdoor cushions using fabric and a glue gun.
Because we are in Southern California, we're able to be outside most of the year. We do a lot of entertaining and much of it is on our patio. It's nice to change up the look of our patio furniture, and we can do so pretty regularly with just a little fabric and a glue gun... I love a ...