Color help for chairs on porch that need painting.

Siding is white with wedge wood blue shutters. Porch wood is being stained dark. Any color suggestions for the 2 wood rockers on the porch as they need painting. I love color a lot so open to all suggestions.
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  • Jeanne Reed Jeanne Reed on Jun 12, 2017
    How 'bout a nice green

    • Dee Simmons Dee Simmons on Jun 15, 2017
      Thank you. Lime green was one of the colors I was looking at since my umbrella on the side deck is lime green and it help to tie the two areas together.

  • Molly Anmar Molly Anmar on Jun 12, 2017
    I'd either stain them the same color as the porch wood or paint them white, if I were in your shoes. If you want a real pop of color, consider raspberry.

    • Dee Simmons Dee Simmons on Jun 15, 2017
      Thanks. I was looking at a bright cranberry color that I thought would be good.

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jun 12, 2017
    Bright yellow would like nice against the blue shutters.

    • Dee Simmons Dee Simmons on Jun 15, 2017
      Thank you. I honestly had not considered yellow. It would definitely brighten things up.

  • Jewellmartin Jewellmartin on Jun 12, 2017
    Use a brighter blue than the wedgewood. Turquoise or medium blue would be a nice contrast to the white siding and be cooler to the touch than white. Geraniums are always eye catching, but I prefer ferns and a US flag. Best wishes 😇

  • Get16151378 Get16151378 on Jun 12, 2017
    I vote for bright yellow. Maybe paint some of the slats on the back of the chairs, if any, blue to match the shutters.

  • Anne Johnson Anne Johnson on Jun 12, 2017
    You say you like color, so yellow is probably the way to go. It would contrast nicely with both the shutters and the dark stained deck. Perhaps some cushions for the chairs in a blue green and yellow print. This is my Arizona backyard; those throw pillows are from Walmart - $5 a piece.

  • Lisa Burton Lisa Burton on Jun 15, 2017
    Check out Unicorn is a stain and glaze and can be applied to wood/glass/metal...there are great colors and you can mix them up for great effect.