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Restyled Patio Project

This is our first Spring here in the Pacific Northwest USA and we've really been enjoying it. We have been working a ton in the yard, building raised garden beds and planting flower pots.

We have this nice big patio at the back of our house, and we got the patio furniture for free! It started out ugly, plastic and black. Obviously, as crafters, we couldn't let it stay that way.

Out came multiple cans of spray paint. We had 8 chairs and 3 tables, so we decided to use 2 different colors of paint- Sun Dried Tomato and Eden Green.


See the before? They look nearly new with a fresh coat of paint!


To finish out restyled patio, we stitched up chair pillows, and we also painted some custom plates! These were inspired by some Marimekko plates that Mark Montano created. We used colored plates from the Dollar Tree and black and white enamel paints. 



What do you think? We wanted something fun and I love the Marimekko patterns.


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  1. It looks amazing Katie! Love the difference the paint made to the chairs, and the plates are gorgeous. Also - YOUR YARD. It looks like wonderful woodsy goodness out there! :)

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    1. Oh Kayly, you should visit the PNW sometime! It's all so green, all year long!

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  2. This is gorgeous! I love the plates!

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    1. Thanks! I think they turned out pretty great!

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  3. I LOVE the chairs AND the plates!! Those painted plates look prettier than something you'd go out and buy! I love them!

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    1. Thanks, Heather!! Aren't they so fun?

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  4. Looks wonderful, everything worked so well and the plates are a triumph :D - Chris

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