Jana
Jana
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Revamping a backyard deck the DIY style to add color and charm for a cozy and inviting space.


We had a backyard deck that was screaming for some attention and color. I wanted to make the area to be cozy, inviting and have some color. So we took a weathered Teak wood bench, an old window frame, some really weathered Adirondack chairs, some wood, power tools and lots of paint and created a wonderful space on the
deck. We're very pleased with how it turned out.
To see all the projects on how we created this space, please visit my blog.
http://transformationsfromtheheart.blogspot.com/2012/07/window-planter-box-makes-it-trio.html
Teak wood bench, planter box and window frame make it a trio of color.
Teak wood bench, planter box and window frame make it a trio of color.
DIY Window Box planter
DIY Window Box planter
DIY painted old window frame.
DIY painted old window frame.
Old Teak wood bench, sandblasted, primed and repainted.
Old Teak wood bench, sandblasted, primed and repainted.
Adirondack chairs with window box planter and old window frame.
Adirondack chairs with window box planter and old window frame.
Jana

Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!

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Have a question about this project?

2 questions
  • Kathy Bitzan
    on May 29, 2016

    Not sure if I missed it or what but after reading the blog I still didn't see directions on putting color on windows after you like frosted them. Is it actually painted on or cellophane colors.

  • Lisa Wolf
    on Sep 3, 2017

    HI, I like what you did! What is the paint color you used for the yellow chair?
    thanks
    Lisa

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  • Kathy Bitzan
    on May 29, 2016

    What a nice surprise to see something this colorful when using such great colors. Love it.

  • Sarah
    on Jun 16, 2016

    Love your colors they are so vibrant, they would make any space come alive

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