Wednesday, August 28, 2013

You Tell Me.... No. 1

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I recently posted about pictures of my Projects in the Works. A few of them I'm spinning my wheels on. Just can't make a decision. A number of you have passed along great ideas for previous projects so I decided to create a new series, You Tell Me.

First in the line-up, the old wooden swing. It's in the process of being sanded right now but what's next?

You tell me....

Color Choice
  
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What to do with it?
  
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19 comments:

  1. I think you should dry brush it white, then sell it for a good price my friend!! Or, you could keep it if you really want it?!! Lol!! I hope this helps you out?!!!

    --- Jess XOXO

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  2. I think you should KEEP IT as everyone needs a porch swing to relax away the days cares and I think paint it the same color as your front door!HA!

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  3. I have a swing just like that one. I gave it to my husband for our 25th wedding anniversary, 30 years ago. I have painted it several colors over the years. I want to paint mine yellow. It has a blue, chartreuse and yellow design. Decide what color scheme you want for the area and pick a bright color from that. I hope to see the finished project. I hope to paint mine when the weather cools off.
    I am a new follower thru Google+.
    xoGinger

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  4. Hi Becca, I voted for white because I had a swing just like it in white and I loved it. Of course, if you're looking for a pop of color blue or vintage green is always fun! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  5. Thanks for linking up at the Thursday SWEET HAUTE Share linky party, hope you stop by every week! I really appreciate your support and encouragement .
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  6. Well, I voted, and it seems most everyone voted the same! I have a similar swing and have just added a cushion and lots of pillows. I'm linking to day at DIY'ers, too - found you there. I'm posting lots of easy pillows this week, as well. I haven't painted my swing, but it's always a possibility for the future. ;-)
    <3
    Kim

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    1. Thanks Kim! That will be the next step, adding lots of pillows!

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  7. Beautiful. I'd love to see what you do with it.

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  8. I am having serious porch swing envy....would looove one-just don't think it would look just as good in rainy Ireland!!

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    1. It might... under cover with some cozy pillows and blankets!

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  9. If I had a proper porch, I would have a porch swing! I'm guessing based on your gallery that your door is red? I say natural or white - and keep it, of course!

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  10. Can't wait to see what happens with your bench! Thanks for sharing @ Dolly Creates!

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