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.An old chair that has a broken leg, turn it into a porch swing (or tree swing) for one!
DIY Old Chair to Outdoor Swing A rickety rocking chair bought at an auction for 40 crowns received new life as a happy summer swing in the garden. When the legs and runners got screwed off the chair a couple of sharp slåar to draw lines in. A little color and the transformation was complete. A high apple tree with a powerful and secure branch was used to hang the swing in. Remember that the line should not sit too tightly around the branch where it can not
Old Chair = Swing 2. Kid’s Swing What a fun color! This DIY porch swing used to be a rocking chair. The basic steps involved for making this swing are cutting the legs off, …
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love it !!!! might need some arm-rests w/ cupholders!!!!
awsome...so agree with jamie brugh
Every neighborhood has an old chair lying around in it! Use that old chair as a bathroom shelf ;)
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beautifully redone plant chair - shape the wiring and attach to the base of the seat, add moss, dirt and plants............wouldn't that be cute in the garden - and a fun thing to find at flea markets!
Modern and vintage combine with this molded plywood rocker 'Roxy' chair.
Fun map chair. It would be so awesome to just have everything covered in maps. Travel without leaving the house.
for the new "someday" house ... yes, IN the house. :)
Same here! I can not wait til we can purchase our land and move!!!
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I know I'll find the perfect spot for this!
Do you still have that chair, Liz McLellan?
Thanks for sharing this, Susan!