Before you start hauling the stand to your chosen location, try it first by placing a tall chair, or better yet, stacked chairs, at that spot. If you can’t quite envision what it will look like, possibly cover the chairs with a white sheet or table clothes. Look at it from several directions to see your best choice. Prepare the column for its trip indoors. If it is dirty, either wash it or brush it and make sure that you look underneath and clean off any bugs that might winter there. You might even want to paint it first. The kind of paint depends on what it is made of. If applicable, high gloss paint in a complimentary color either blending with the wall paint or contrasting but blending with your color scheme can be very attractive. Before you use color, cover your "sample chairs" with a fabric of that color and see how it looks.
The column outdoor plant stand at the end of our patio looked a bit forlorn once the flowers had faded and we removed them and their pot. After looking at it for several days and wondering what could be place on top during the winter I began to change my thinking. Why not bring the stand indoors and enjoy it in the house during the cold season? The result after completion was absolutely stunning and resulted in many compliments and raves.
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