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Outdoor Home Beautification Projects: Patio Furniture

This awesome blog post offers a quick and inexpensive way to spruce up your outdoor patio furniture, particularly if you are preparing to go on the market.  Read what Richard Yates of Coldwell Banker has to say.  Richard is a Realtor covering all of Orange County, CA and specializing in Mission Viejo, CA.


Outdoor Home Beautification Projects: Patio Furniture

 
Many Professional Home Stagers
share Before and After Photos which highlight significant improvements made by simply removing clutter, adding accents, rearranging or removing furniture and changing colors. 

Patio Chair and Table

When it comes to the great outdoors of every house,
there are also many things that we can do to embellish, freshen and add appeal to an otherwise drab space.

No matter how good NEW patio furniture looks, after a
few years of exposure to the sun, extreme temperatures
and weather conditions, NEW patio furniture will start
looking old and worn out, but it doesn't have to.


Applying a fresh coat of paint will make
your patio furniture Pop instead of Flop.


 

Before Photo

Patio Table Old


After Photo

Patio Table New


My Recommendation for Paint Brand and Color

Spray Paint Can

Depending upon how much furniture you have, this Outdoor Home Beautification Project may only cost $25.00 - $100.00, which is a lot less than NEW furniture. 

The paint shown above was purchased at Lowe's for approximately $6.00 per can.  This Metallic Oil Rubbed Bronze Rust-Oleum Product will produce a deep rich appearance with a bit of sparkle.  For better longer lasting results a clear coat may be applied, after the color coat has sufficiently dried.    

Home Beautification doesn't need to be expensive to look expensive.

 
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Comment balloon 2 commentsMelissa Brown • August 30 2012 04:47AM

Comments

Nice...thanks for the idea.
Posted by Cindi Susi (Keller Williams at the Beach - Lewes, Delaware) about 5 years ago

Hi Melissa, Thank you for Re-Blogging this post.  We currently have 90+ degree temperature, but when it cools off, I've got a lot of patio furniture to paint.  ;-)  Best wishes always.

Posted by Richard Yates, Broker and Realtor Orange County, California about 5 years ago

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