Happy March, everyone! And to those people who have birthdays on February 29th: Happy Birthday and I'm sorry!
It is time to blast off through our deck transformation!!! That may be a bit of an exaggeration. Not the blast off part, we are going to do some serious blasting off. The deck wasn't exactly transformed, but it did get a little cleaning, a little paint, a little bit of leftover pallets from here, some new furniture, pots, plants, and PILLOWS!
Here is how the deck was looking when we bought the house. It was huge and had lots of potential... potential that you will soon learn we did not take full advantage of.
They did have a beautiful rosemary bush that Scott and I managed to kill.
We did a stain-paint on the deck to make it darker. I really liked how it turned out, but we had a tree on the side of the house that constantly spewed black goo all over the deck. After we had finally had enough of the goo spewing Scott cut down the limbs of the tree that were the trouble-makers. We cleaned the deck and stain-painted it again to cover the black mess.
That made it look a thousand times better instantly! But, I didn't want to stop there. I was ready to yellow that deck up. Yellow seems to sneak its way into every room in my house. So, I made a coffee table out of 2 pallets, some scrap wood, 4 casters, and some paint.
I also took the three terracotta pots that we had outdoors and spray painted them. If you are interested in spray painting terracotta pots please read on to learn what NOT to do!
Here is one of the pots before. Yes, it is the most typical terracotta pot ever. You're welcome for the photo.
How about a pallet table shot and before and after pot shots? Yes!
Hidden baby photo.
Look at those chubby legs!
Aren't those trees beautiful!!!
This post is a little too long for my liking. So, stay tuned on Monday for your terracotta pot NOTS and some more deck updates.
Happy weekend, everyone! Be sure to stop by The Etc. Lists tomorrow to get some more of those chubby baby legs in your life!