wrought iron chairs

Spooky Seats Need a Summer Makeover

Marcella Rose (who blogs at Marcella Rose's) "found these stunning vintage wrought iron chairs on the side of the street" in New York City. Since then they've traveled across the country with her and now they are due for a makeover, which she's sharing at My Crafty Spot. Marcella says she likes to change these seats up a couple times a year. I personally love the spiderwebs, but I agree that summer calls for a lighter look!

Painting Plastic Adirondack Chairs

"A neighbor down the street couldn’t fit her two green plastic adirondack chairs in her moving truck," tells Amy at Sweet 'n Sour Gumballs. "These chairs were on their way to the dump until I intercepted." It just so happened that Amy had recently cleared away a spot in her backyard that was just perfect for a couple of nice chairs.

Refreshing the Finish on Vintage Chairs

Over at Clockwork Interiors, Cynthia was looking for a few small projects she could work on. She remembered her stash of chairs in the garage awaiting TLC, and decided that it was time to breathe a little life into a few of them. "They are so comfortable, and I love the fact that they came out of someone’s work shop!" she says of this set of three handmade, vintage chairs.

From Curbside to Patio

Virginia of Fynes Designs had been striking out when it came to patio furniture. She'd waited until she could find one that she could afford, but to her disappointment the one she bought turned out to be a lemon and had to be returned. Bummer. "One day, just after garbage clean up, one of my cousins landed on my door-step with a gem," Virginia tells us.

Mid Century Modern Chair Redo

At House of Hawthornes, Pam spotted this mid century modern beauty of a chair at a yard sale and brought it home for--get this--a dollar. (Since a dollar isn't worth much these days, I'm counting that as a rescue!) It was made of really nice wood and had amazing lines, but the orange upholstery was an eyesore!