A few months before we moved into our home a friend and I were (shhhhh) hard rubbishing when we came across a broken English-cottage-garden-style white iron chair. Despite better judgment (and Kym's pleas) I have had it sitting in the back yard for over three years, waiting for the right project - and the right moment - for a transformation.
|before: lovely white chair.... sans seat|
After consulting the team (you) in March this year, I decided I definitely wanted to paint it and place it in this corner of the garden:
|before: a chosen site- bottom corner of the garden|
I had a little paint left from a previous project and got to work. It took 10 minutes and the remainder of the paint can to get to this:
The next day I stuck it back in the corner of the garden with my beloved lavender bub and voila!
Just for fun, here's a cute hipstamatic pic:
Quick and FUN project that's brought a little kitsch to the garden :)
Total cost: ABSOLUTELY FREE!
PS: I didn't sand down the previous layer of paint, my only prep was a quick clean of the chair. While I could have gone to a lot more effort (or even spent 10 minutes on a second layer of paint) I quite like the idea of changing the colour every now and then, and am also looking forward to a bit of a wear-and-tear look.