THIS CHAIR AIN'T FOR SITTIN' NO MORE...

January 27th, 2009 in member junk     
NDJunkGirl Andrea Miller, contributor
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I dont have a before of this rusty old parlor chair, but it looked BAD!  When I hauled it home, my husband thought I was completely nuts.  I knew once it was bent back into shape though, it would look perfect on our patio!
Heres a close up!
I dont have a before of this rusty old parlor chair, but it looked BAD!  When I hauled it home, my husband thought I was completely nuts.  I knew once it was bent back into shape though, it would look perfect on our patio!

I don't have a "before" of this rusty old parlor chair, but it looked BAD!  When I hauled it home, my husband thought I was completely nuts.  I knew once it was bent back into shape though, it would look perfect on our patio!


THINK SPRING!  Yes, even with 50" of snow on the ground...!


Pattern or design used: My Own Design
posted in: member junk, fountain, repurpose

Comments (11)

LloydsLandingofSears writes: This chair has a strong personality, and a strong will to live on - looks so determined to be in the garden or on the patio! Love it! ~Mary~ Posted: 5:33 pm on June 11th
eliz2nd writes: perfect indeed! Posted: 1:01 pm on January 29th
CottageElements writes: Wow, what a great garden chair! I have a couple of these that I use and I love the shape of them. It looks great as a water fountain and I love the rustiness of it. Very creative and welcome to JMS!

Lani Posted: 1:50 pm on January 28th
SHABBYPATTY writes: WHAT A UNIQUE LOOKING CHAIR! VERY NEAT IDEA! LOVE FOUNTAINS. Posted: 12:30 pm on January 28th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Wow! What a lovely save! You really came up with something special here. Love the rusty crown planter too.
Thanks for the post!
Candy Posted: 5:46 am on January 28th
roadtriplouise writes: I really like fountains, yours is a great idea. We're always happy to think spring will be here soon.
Ann Posted: 9:34 pm on January 27th
MimiToria writes: Love this! Great idea you came up with here. Spring will come before we know it, or at least we can hope it does.
Gretchen Posted: 8:37 pm on January 27th
MelHow writes: Wonderful work - and better than the stereotypical flowers!! Posted: 6:04 pm on January 27th
irishrovr writes: What a GREAT idea!! Spring is in the air - I hope so anyway!

http://ruralwisconsin.blogspot.com/ Posted: 3:45 pm on January 27th
suewhitney writes: Hey NDJunkgirl,

Welcome to JMS. Nice work on this project. Always happy to think spring!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 3:34 pm on January 27th
DownHomeDIY writes: I love everything about this...you had some serious vision my friend. Fabu! Posted: 2:34 pm on January 27th
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