4.23.2013

Cottage Style Party #41




Remember last week when I snuck this chair...




into the end of my post?



It was a free curbside find that was great on its own 

but I thought it might have a brighter future.




As a navy blue chair...






Yep, same chair, different color!





Here they are side by side:




 



So much better in blue!




I added a seat cushion wrapped in a lap quilt


and a comfy pillow.



Now its ready for lounging...awww....yeah....




Watch it...I wield a mean can of spray paint!







Gratuitous flower photos ahead...









Still loving my cottage fencing curbside find!

















Welcome to week #41 of the 



Cottage Style Party!



I am so impressed with all of your 

wonderful cottage style from last week!



You are making it so tough to pick only 3 to feature!


But I will try...







Not only do I love these tulips in this sweet pitcher, 

but can you believe that stone house behind the tulips?

Whoa!



Bop on over to Carmen's blog Loving the Countryside for a walk through the past!






This is such a soft and pretty display!

I love the chippy window frame, the pitcher of flowers and the romantic candles!




Stop by JoAnne's blog A Pocketful of Blue to see more details of her sofa table redo!








Can you believe this lovely display is in the bathroom? 


I just adore the demijohns, old wind up clock and pitcher of lavender(!).




Drop into to Must Love Junk to see 

the most fabulous toilet paper display I have ever seen!







Don't forget to pick up your feature button on the side bar!






































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19 comments:

  1. Great job on the chair!! It would be lovely in 'my' garden!! :D
    Hope your week is Extraordinary!

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  2. Both finds are great. Love the chair in blue! All of the pitchers in your features are so wonderful. Thanks for hosting.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  3. Deb, Love the navy chair! Great features. Thank you for your comment on my "fashion" post. Did you know you are a "no reply" blogger?

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  4. The chair looks great blue! Thanks so much for featuring my 'powder room'! :)
    Susan

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  5. Your tulips are beautiful! Thank you for hosting and for joining me at Home Sweet Home!
    Sherry

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  6. Wonderful finds, Debi! Thank you for hosting. I haven't been linking up a lot lately because I always have trouble linking up here. I wonder if others do too? Anyway, just thought I would let you know. Have a lovely day.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  7. Perfect. Looked like the chair was in terrific condition..no tears, no snags. Looks super. Susan

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  8. Your navy blue chair is stunning!

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  9. Thanks for hosting.

    i love, love, love the wicker chair.

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  10. How am I going to get anything done when there are so many wonderful blogs to visit!?!?!! Thanks for hosting. I've had a lovely visit. And am adding your button to my blog right now.

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  11. I'm sorry to show up late at your party. I love how the chair turned in blue!

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  12. great find, and it looks fabulous painted blue! I need some wicker chairs for my sunroom....wish i were lucky enough to stumble across free ones--I'll have to keep my eyes open :)

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  13. Your curbside treasure looks fabulous! Gorgeous tulips, too...

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  14. Impressive curbside rescue. That chair has great bones! Your newest follower.. Cindy (at) sunsetcoasting.blogspot.com

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  15. What color blue spray paint did you use? Brand? I have some chairs that would look great with this color. Yours turned out gorgeous!

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  16. Great navy color on your chair. Love the pillow and cushion cover and the tulips. So pretty. Visiting from Anything Blue Friday,
    Babs

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  17. Beautiful color for the chair - looks wonderful! LOVE your tulips - they're so festive looking! I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

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  18. Thank you for the lovely party each week and all the work you do to prepare for us!
    Have a beautiful day!

    Peace,
    Linda and Jeannie at The French Hens Nest

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  19. B.E.A.U.T.I.F.U.L.!!!! Thank you for sharing over the garden party at Fishtail Cottage! those tulips are just gorgeous! xoxo, tracie

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Thank you!