25 Apr. 2005|
How to paint unfinished adirondack chairs,type of cedar wood,pergola ideas shade - Within Minutes
Pour a glass of lemonade, grab your e-reader, and kick back in a comfortable Adirondack chair.
This spring, the southwest is keeping its cool with refreshing shades of green, like this RealComfort Lido Patio Adirondack chair in durable, fade-resistant resin. Paint an unfinished chair Behr Caribbean Green for a similar shade, and use the back of your brush to edge it with dots (We like Martha Stewart Living Popcorn for the dots; see center sample, below.) Whip up a matching pillow with a yard or two of Hampton Bay Dilma Fabric and sit back and relax! Do-it-yourselfers, toss in a durable Hampton Bay Jordan Stripe Pillow and paint stripes on the back of an unfinished Adirondack chair to match the red, green, and blue fabric. For a customized look, paint an unfinished wooden Adirondack chair with Behr’s California Poppy (an 8-oz.
I obviously want the chair to look gorgeous, but I also want it to survive the Florida heat and humidity. Sorry about all the questions, but this is my first time painting wood so I'm a little confused. I don't know how your proposed clear coat will weather, you might e-mail the company and ask if it's rated for exterior use. Adirondacks have been patio staples for over a century, thanks to their wide plank seats and flat armrests–the perfect place to park that lemonade.
Go for a resin Adirondack chair in banana (available in select stores; not shown online), or paint an unfinished chair like the one above in Glidden Sunbeam.
Reflect the colors of the briny deep with RealComfort’s Sailor Blue Patio Adirondack Chair. This spring, the chairs are available in trendy, new colors for your garden or favorite outdoor spot.
Take your chair to the designer level by framing it with a black edge to echo the pattern on a Hampton Bay Sari Accent Pillow.