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Pretty Polka Dot Patio Furniture

By: Trish Cortez from tuneintotrish.com
Pretty Polka Dot Patio Furniture
Pretty Polka Dot Patio Furniture
This image courtesy of tuneintotrish.com

From the Designer: "I was lucky I was driving down the road and discovered this patio set four (4) chairs and table. I received six (6) cans of satin Ink blue spray paints, from Rustoleum and thought what was, I going to do with it.  I than found the table and chairs and I saw polka dots."

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Primary TechniqueRepurposing

Occasion/ThemeSummer

Materials List

  • 5 cans Rustoleum Satin Ink Blue
  • 1 bottle of white paint
  • 1 paintbrush
  • 60/80 grit sand paper (Medium grit)
  • 1 patio set left curbside

Instructions

  1. I sprayed painted the table legs and the ridge of the glass top/ with the ink blue paint. 

  2. The chairs (everything) were all painted in the ink blue paint.  

  3. After waiting one day for drying, I started painting freehand white polka dots. My plan was to do lines in a diagonal pattern.

  4. It was a lot of fun.

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I love it. Looks great and what a great what to transform an old patio set into an amazing one. I never would have thought to put polka dots on a patio set but to see it AMAZING. Just a few cans of blue paint and some white to make dots and you are ready to go. This is something anyone can do. Not crazy about blue than try another color. Love it.

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