Patio Furniture Update

My patio furniture started to look a little weathered after last summer. I wanted to do something different, but didn't want to spend money purchasing new furniture. I saw some adorable turquoise chairs at Target and decided I could just spray paint the patio furniture I already had.
As much as I loved the turquoise color idea, I knew I didn't want to paint all of the pieces that color. I choose white for the love seat, coffee and end tables.
See what I mean? This is the before picture. Good bones here, but the furniture is screaming for a fresh new look!
I used Rust Oleum Seaside gloss spray paint for the patio chairs.
I used Rust Oleum White gloss spray paint for the love seat and coffee table.
I covered the old seat cushions with some navy outdoor fabric found at Hancock Fabrics.
I already had the turquoise pillows, but found all of the other ones at Target. The adorable chevron rug also came from Target. I'm thrilled with the way this update turned out!

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  • Patricia Shoemaker
    on Jul 17, 2020

    I have always wondered how you can have pillows or upholstered furniture on a patio if you have trees. My furniture gets filthy during the winter and has bird poop all over it. The retractable awning I had installed got damaged in a wind and heavy rain storm and is not usable, but it got filthy also.

    • The Blue Eyed Dove
      on Jul 17, 2020

      We put our pillows away when we weren’t using in an outdoor storage bin. We also bring them inside during the winter.😉

  • Patricia Shoemaker
    on Jul 17, 2020

    Mine are not upholstered and I have no pillows, for the reason I stated. I can't even sit in them unless I clean them first because of bird poop. First house I have ever not had a permanent patio cover.

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