Re-Using the Futon Ends & Pottery Barn Chairs in the Garden

Do you remember last year when I used the arms/end of an old college futon in my garden?
Re-purposed Futon Ends in the Garden
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And then there were those Pottery Barn chairs that I had on the kitchen wall, here.  I took them down and re-styled the wall, but I didn't sell them or throw them away.

Re-purposed Futon Ends in the Garden

With a couple coats of lime green spray paint those Pottery Barn chairs became re-purposed futon end ART.  The wood planter has coleus and alyssum inside, and the roaster on the painted stand has one coleus in the center and Dusty Miller all around.

Re-purposed Futon Ends in the Garden
Upcycled Futon End and Pottery Barn Chairs
This is the old three chairs on the other futon end.  I like the lime green on the gray futon ends.

Dusty Miller


Re-purposed Futon End in the Garden
  The futon ends are on the side of our deck.

Re-purposed Futon End in the Garden
You just never know what will become garden art at "Organized Clutter"!














8 comments:

  1. Hi Carlene,
    You have the best ideas!! Love this. Thanks for visiting me earlier!!

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  2. So bright and cheery! Spray paint is your best friend!

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  3. Carlene, I love the chairs and color of them. They look terrific in the garden.
    Have a great week.
    Mary

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  4. ♡♡♡ Love the way you reused those little chairs, very charming indeed!

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  5. Definitely unexpected and whimsical... I also like the paint color.
    Pat

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  6. Your imagination never ceases to amaze me! What great ideas. Love the bright green chairs, and the planted roaster. laurie

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  7. Just adorable! I love the craziness of it all, just makes you smile!
    Jenna

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