A Fun Project

I bought this set at a rummage sale for 40.00. It is made of very heavy metal. It also has a thick glass top which looked horrible but is perfect now that I cleaned it.

It originally had yellow plastic seats that were faded and stained. I covered the seats with cloth napkins.

Then I scrubbed it down with soap and water and hosed it off and let it dry.

I scraped off all the rusted spots and then spray painted it with a white gloss paint.

Voila! Ready for the 4th! I will post a pic when it is set up at my son's house. Not bad for 40.00!


Anonymous said…
wow, great work!
Autumnforest said…
Oh, I love those finds where you can modify it like that. Fantastic! Wish it were swapmeet season here but in the desert--ya gotta wait till winter.
clairedulalune said…
Very nice! I buy stuff like that, but then i throw it in the "do fix up" pile, and tends to get very dusty! Well done, looks beautiful!
Pricilla said…
It's beautiful! I am sure your son is going to love it.
The Frog Queen said…

What a bargon You made! and how great it looks now! Why can´t I ever do bargons like that :-)
Touchatou said…
What a nice recycling project ! You have the rights to be proud, dear !
Hibiscus Moon said…
Not bad at all. It also looks like it belongs in a little Parisian Bistro.
Your TLC has given it new life!
peppylady said…
Great and what a look you created.

Coffee is on.
chib said…
Excellent. Your brain must be 20% more at the creative center. Congrats!!