Refurbished Vintage Patio Couch

Before and After pictures of a patio couch that was owned by my grandparents. Because of the curved back, finding replacement cushions was a trick. I found some cushions I liked at our local KMart. I had to do a tiny bit of sewing to get them to fit. I also freshened up the metal frame by spray painting it a hammered copper. Now all I need is some warm weather and a cocktail!
Original couch.
Original couch. The seat cushions were cracking and the seams were coming apart.
New and Improved!

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  • Em Smythe
    on Feb 28, 2015

    Whether preference is for the old or new version, there is no doubt that is a beautiful piece of furniture, and I'm happy you have continued its useful life. I'd bet your grandparents would be thrilled.

  • Dobi
    on Mar 16, 2016

    fab job! I like the way it turned out! not exactly like the original but you made it original!

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