Kristy from Robb Restyle has been upping her curb appeal with a front porch makeover, and this three seater bench in Bliss is the perfect addition!
Hello again! It’s Kristy here from Robb Restyle with a bench makeover to share. This project helped bring some beachy-cottage style to my front porch entry. If ever there was a color that filled my entire being with happiness, it is this Country Chic Paint color. Little wonder it’s called Bliss. I used nearly my entire pint on this project so I will be ordering more very soon!
This old mahogany three-seater has been hanging around the house for years. I love the little folding seats and imagine it was once part of a larger group inside a quaint little church filled with singing children and adults every Sunday long ago. I tried working this bench into a few different rooms, but it takes up a great deal of wall space. Eventually, it ended up on the front porch… and there it remained through a long Indiana winter.
But alas, spring arrived and with a little help from Country Chic Paint I was able to bring the bench back to life and brighten my entire front entry at the same time. As you can see, this color pairs well with yellow.
I even added a few numbers using a stencil for some extra vintage character. And with a little paint left, I dip-dyed my woven planters too!
Why have I waited so long to do something with this bench? It was just begging to be painted with chalk paint all along.
If you haven’t tried the color Bliss yet, I challenge you to find a treasure to paint this summer… It is minty-fresh with a hint of aqua. You won’t be disappointed.
Stop on over here and check out the rest of my front porch and see how this bench helped amplify my curb appeal.
We live in a 100-year-old home in a small community. Repairing, restoring and restyling this home has been our hobby and passion for the last decade. We love exploring chic alternatives for our thrifty finds. Robb Restyle is our place to share our DIY projects, images of restyled items we like, ideas for reclaiming vintage goods, quick tips for helping you restyle your own home, and so much more!