(This swan is very much like one that appears in the movie "Pleasantville", I love it because for me life is just one big trip to the movies)
( I saved this fiberglass hanging lamp last weekend when the Cabin Owners club cleaned out the public pavilion)
(Nothing so fine as toast on a Sunday)
(This vase is one of my most prized possessions for a very special reason)
(At 7 years old, as an AVID watcher of Antiques Roadshow I just had to have a Tiffany Vase... however I don't think mine would bring quite as much at auction as the one on TV...)
( Iv always thought these were majestic)
(My college graduation gift, thanks Mom and Dad!)
(I'm all about the sun)
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Now I'd like your advice, Iv stripped the bench down to the metal, and my dad is going to be welding new legs for it, I'm strongly thinking of painting it White, and maybe having a few of the bands Turquoise? Here's the problem unlike the matching chairs that have 7 bands (so you paint 3 of them a different color) This Bench has 18 iron bands So how do you think I should split the colored bands from the white? Also do you have any other Color ideas besides White and Turquoise? I'm open to suggestions! I will say "lemon yellow" and "Orange" fade REALLY fast in this Texas sun... As far as I could tell, this bench has been white, red, dark green, light green, and black! Based on the colors you see here...
What do you think?! If I Find 1 more of those Montgomery Ward benches (the turquoise, red and yellow ones) I will provably paint it Green and I'll have a full show room set!