Sunday, July 15, 2012

Patio Redo






Our outdoor space was the first project we tackled when we moved in 2 years ago.  It was a huge project consisting of removing an ugly patio, 2 layers of concrete (by hand), and a tree stump.  To give us a clean slate to add pavers and blocks to make the space look more clean.  Please ignore the ugly green siding, pretend it is white because it will be hopefully this fall.  I cannot tell you how excited I am for that, since I have a slight problem with everything having to match!

I love color so I had to add that to the outdoors too.  Spray paint was my best friend for all these projects.  

 I found some windows for $5 each and painted the Love and Owl on the inside of them.  

The peace sign is a piece of scrap wood with license plates framing it.  

I got the old wash tub for free and spruced it up with some spray paint.

 The chairs were the starting point as I bought them in the green color from Menards.
  
I found an old cooler for $7 and it makes a great coffee table. 

  The address sign is license plates and metal tubing.  

The bistro set and glider came from Lowes and I spray painted them.    

Hope this give you some ideas to give your outdoor space some color too!


Here are some before and afters:
















Linking to these fun parties:

Sumos Sweet Stuff

Skip to My Lou

Craft O Maniac

Keeping It Simple 

Todays Creative Blog

Tip Junkie

Making the World Cuter

Blackberry Vine

Fireflies and Jellybeans

A Glimpse Inside
Free Pretty Things For You

House of Hepworths

Somewhat Simple

Beth

3 comments:

  1. That owl is the cutest ever!! Your patio looks great. I am your newest follower from a Glimpse Inside party. :)

    Kathy@ http://lifeonlakeshoredrive.blogspot.com

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  2. Thanks for sharing your this info. It’s really appreciated. I bookmark this page and back to you very soon. What about you! :- Home Furnishing Company is allowing all of you to giveaway any handmade rugs/mat Home item valued up to $200 which includes doormats, kitchen rugs, bath mats, and Area Rugs padding. Meaning you can pick the pretty welcome mat what you chose OR you can pick something else that you would like!

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  3. Hi Beth, your backyard and patio looks wonderful! All the work you've done has made a huge difference. You're so creative and I love how you're not afraid to use color. Terrific job on everything. Now I'm your newest follower. I hope you'll stop by and visit my blog too.

    Hugs...Tracy @ Cotton Pickin Cute

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