Outdoor Furniture Makeover

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WAIT!!! Don't go spend a small fortune on outdoor furniture cushions! Let me show you how I updated the look of my outdoor sectional and took it from drab to fab with one easy to use product!
Hey Friends!  Today, I wanted to share how I transformed the look of our outdoor sectional from drab to fab with the help of an amazing new product from Heirloom Traditions called “Finish -All“.  This is a special paint formula with a built in primer and created for those outdoor surfaces.
The cushions were originally a taupe color, which was fine, but didn’t fit in with the color scheme that we are changing our home over to
I was a little apprehensive to "paint" these cushions for fear of them becoming Stiff and rough! I have to be very honest……they turned out great! They do have a slight stiffness to them but they are soft.

If you have outdoor cushions that are faded or worn, try this paint from Heirloom Traditions for an amazing makeover.  This sectional is larger than most out door furniture pieces.  I ended up needing 4-32oz. containers, which comes to $167.96 total!  But to replace all those cushions would have cost me way over $700.00. Come on over to my website for a coupon code for 10% off!
Suggested materials:
  • Finish All   (Heirloom Traditions Paint Co.)
  • Sand block   (Lowes)
Life Up On The Hill
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  • Deborahglassman Deborahglassman on Jun 17, 2018

    If you want to use this on furniture that will go outdoors, but was not made with weatherproof fabric, will it make it weatherproof as well as make it pretty

    • Life Up On The Hill Life Up On The Hill on Jun 18, 2018

      I would say yes! A year later and our cushions have held up really well! We just spray them down with the water hose to clean and the water bubbles right off. You’re basically sealing the material so I wouldn’t think it would matter if it was indoor material.:) Hope this helps.

  • Deborahglassman Deborahglassman on Jun 18, 2018

    Cool! Thanks, Am gonna try!