Condo Blues: Grow Flowers in Old Lawn Chairs




Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Grow Flowers in Old Lawn Chairs

Here’s a seriously cute creative reuse project for those old 50’s style lawn chairs – turn them into flower pots!

I was be bopping along one of my favorite shopping haunts and found these little beauties outside a shop as an art piece.

They look a lot nicer than my mushroom patio chairs too.
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Looks easy enough to duplicate. Find some ugly 50’s style lawn chairs, paint them a wild color (I’m digging the hot pink), stuff them full of dirt (tricky I suspect), and plant a bunch of succulents or any other type of water-retaining plant. (I suspect cactus might look tad inhospitable. Ouch!)




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Watering them every once and a while might be a good idea too.

This post is part of Trash to Treasure Tuesday.

8 comments :

Kimm at Reinvented said...

Love those! Where did you see them?
By the way, I CAN'T BELIEVE you didn't watch the game on Saturday! :)

kirbynbu said...

That's an interesting thing to do! Hmmmm. :)

I signed in this time using google friends. Goodness. Now I can't get my blog to show up. LOL I guess you changed your comment section since I don't recall having this much trouble before.

Kristin said...

There we go, I fixed it - I think.

Robj98168 said...

Ther you go giving me ideas again. How am I ever suppose to clean my garag out if you folks don't stop encouraging me to by 50's lawn furniture etc.???

Condo Blues said...

Kimm, Franklin Park Conservatory had these chairs set up outside the old Z Gallery (*sniff*) at Easton.

Outdoor Furniture said...

That's a pretty good decoration for a garden, but they're not to useful. They might look good in the corner of a garden where they are out of the way and kind of look like they were forgotten about and left alone.

The Persimmon Perch said...

Very different...but that is art.

Frugal Kiwi said...

I think these are fabulous! If you cover them with succulents, then people are less likely to park their behinds on the art work.

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