A Mid-Century Patio Chair Update

A few weeks ago I scored a pair of mid-century homecrest chairs off craigslist.  The paint, as you can see, was faded and there was a lot of rust.  Thanks to my mother-in-law who suggested I use an old bbq scraper, the flaky paint came right off!

homecrestchairsbeforeA few quick coats of yellow spray paint later and they became the happiest pair of chairs on the planet!  I wanted to get a photograph of them with the cute and very necessary seat cushion all day yesterday, but the weatherman was correct in his prediction of non-stop rain all day.  So you’ll just have to pretend these have cute little striped cushions.

chairsafterThese are definitely a sunny way to brighten up my front porch!  I hope you have the best Memorial Day weekend…see you back here on Tuesday.500-daisy-upholstery-nails-brass-furniture-studs-tacks-[2]-436-p copy

2 thoughts on “A Mid-Century Patio Chair Update

  1. A BBQ Scraper??! THANK YOU! I have a metal plant stand that needs repainting and is all flaky and I’ve procrastinated on it because it seems like a huge job – but this might be the solution!
    Your chairs look terrific – great color choice!

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