Switched front porch and back deck seating back in April and FINALLY have the vintage metal deck chairs repainted. It took me awhile to figure out what I wanted, then forever to get them painted - at least it felt like forever.
The days I had available to work it rained, or the wind blew (not real good to spray paint in strong wind). Then it rained some more or there was more wind. I could only do about one chair a day - between the time delay for coats of paint and my energy level. I got the last one finished today and I'm pleased with the results.
The green chair behind the glider is set up to be Boots (cat) bed - but you'll notice he's opted for the floor during these warm days. It's a nice dry/warm place when it's cool though. He has an enclosed bed that he slept in the first couple of winters but refused to use it last year. The chair on the left in the first picture is PURPLE. I couldn't get it to look nearly as pretty as it actually is.
I've had the glider for 20+ years - it was one we rescued - originally painted green, I painted it blue when I first got it and it was easier just to repaint it the same color again.
The chairs were my parents - so they're probably almost as old as I am (and that's old). I'd painted them all blue too - don't ask, blue isn't my favorite color. I think it had something to do with DH's tastes.
NOW, they're lots of bright, happy colors - purple, green, orange, red and yellow. I'm lovin' them!
This is the purple chair - love purple.
So, plenty of good places to sit and enjoy the pleasant summer.