We rebuilt the deck last summer, then waited a year (cuz that’s what it said to do) before staining it. Once stained, I had no idea what deck furniture to buy because I didn’t want to overload the space since I’m not out there much.
I had this old wrought iron table and chairs, that I was ready to cast away. Then it was brought to my attention that it could be repainted. I like the size of this table because it will work with any deck furniture I purchase.
So, off I went to find a good primer and black spray paint.
This was SUPER EASY, and it looks pretty decent. Now, all it needs are chair backs and seat cushions.
Off to the fabric store. Here is the selection of Indoor/Outdoor Upholstery fabric.
I picked a two-tone bird and leaf design.
Made a pattern from the back of the chair, cut and sewed.
Purchased a couple big blocks of 2 inch foam for the cushions. This stuff is more expensive than it looks.
Needed some grommets for the ties.
Done! Love the simplicity of this. I won’t be leaving these on all the time, because even though they state they’re for outdoor use, trust me….that sun and rain makes things look shabby fast!
Now, we’re ready to watch some fireworks from the Deck.
Hope you guys have a Safe and Happy 4th of July!!
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