DIY Outdoor Lounge Chair

Build a custom DIY Outdoor Lounge Chair with only 3 tools and $85 in lumber!

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Comments

Omar Alblowi says:

go gray or go pool

NataliaLynn says:

Can you make a twin sized house bed?? For girls/boys? I would really appreciate it! Or at least plans for it!

Carol Surrock says:

Brilliant!

Sonia J says:

You girls are my FAVORITE channel!!! I just opened a DIY art studio a few months ago (where we do a lot of wood signs/decor) and your videos help SOOOO much in learning how to use all these AWESOME tools! I *LOVE* that you girls make it so easy, and power tools/woodworking isn’t nearly as intimidating as I used to think!!! THANK YOU and keep doing what you’re doing!!!

And – many congratulations on your baby! Another side thank you – for getttin it DONE while pregnant, such inspo!

Creepyer says:

appreciated the lounge so much i bought the ebook. thanx ladies

Amanda Duso says:

Why didn’t you use pressure treated lumber?

Pammie Sue says:

where is that awesome glue container from?

Peter Pochylý says:

super,ale tá hmotnosť…asi budú dosť ťažké

K G Household Account says:

What brand and color of stain or paint is in the fence in thumbnail?

Krystal Sanhudo says:

Im so glad I discovered you both. You guys rock!

T-Rag says:

you guys are awesome! i build everything now, keep it up.

kantun šišan says:

is she pregnant?:)

Mark Harrison says:

Great stuff, in wet climates you might want to make sacrificial ‘legs’ to raise the lounger up off the ground, they could be soft or hardwood. The other thing I have done is add wheels to a lounger with lockable castors, they worked ok but the ground needs to be pretty level. Keep up the good work!

Laura Vinson says:

Great job…fast and concise video. Downloadable plans make it mistake proof. One add to make would be to include a “plug” for the supplier of the padding so the padding size matches the chaise. Wala…a complete build then! We’ll figure out our own Margarita mix!

Flor Valenzuela says:

Love it! Great job ladies.

Michael Sikler says:

Love it

Angie Danel says:

Could you tell me where you get  your tool belts personalized? Also, what do YOU like to carry in them?  Love you ladies!

Evrlastn Rose says:

wherewould I find a fitting cushion for that size? please

Brittany Bauman says:

this is a great summer project!!

Erica Eldredge says:

Do you guys think you could do a rocking Adirondack chair?

Alicia Huisi Chen says:

HI I love your channel! very encouraging to the first time DIYer! questions: 1) I don’t see you us sander as much as I see from other channels. Do you chose certain type of boards that don’t requires as much sanding? 2) I am in love with West Elm Emmerson table, it looks like it’s very simple so i wonder if you can show us how to build a similar chunky long table.

Doris Kawas says:

Wow! Love the lounge! Great job!

David Moss says:

Love ya’lls videos.. did you make the cushion are is that a standard size I can buy at the store?

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