DIY Ottoman Makeover

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At her blog, Little Sidekick, Corey shares an upholstering project. Corey’s mom had a comfy, round ottoman that had started looking a little shabby and didn’t go with her current decor. She asked Corey to help give it a new look.

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DIY Concrete Dining Set

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Aimee blogs at The Crazy Crafty Lady. There, she explains that the mismatched and worn-out dining set that she had really wasn’t her style. But with two year old twins, this stage of her life is not the one in which she is going to be investing in fine furniture. Instead, she decided to restyle the table that she had.

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Storage Trunk Makeover

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“My brother found this old trunk in his attic and wanted me to work my magic on it,” Bre begins her story. “I wanted to keep most of the original character but it needed some updates as well.” She shares the process at Brepurposed.

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Pretty Settee from a Crib

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I’ve featured quite a few projects here at Roadkill Rescue that involve cribs being turned into benches. This one by Sara of Thrifty Treasures, however, takes this concept to a whole new level. She transformed crib parts into a settee with some serious style credentials.

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Ikea Cabinet Makeover with Pallet Wood

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Over at Place of My Taste, Aniko has had this Ikea shelving system in her dining room for several years.  She loved the way it functioned, but when she spotted a similarly shaped cabinet at West Elm in a completely different style, it was love at first site. Aniko decided to use her existing buffet {…Read More…}

Two-Tone Kitchen Table Makeover

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After Kristi’s mom saw how her daughter (who blogs at Making It in the Mountains) transformed the table in her kitchen, Mom wanted to get in on the makeover magic. At Brepurposed, Kristi shares the new look she gave her mom’s tired table.

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Rescued Table Gets an Update Look

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This old table was rescued by Sarah when she found it sitting on the roadside in front of her apartment complex. It didn’t look too promising, but she took it home anyway. Check out the makeover she gave it at Sarah M. Dorsey Designs.

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Freebie and Fur Unite to Become a Swanky Stool

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Erin from DIY Passion picked up several of these cable spools a while ago, and they’ve been sitting out in her garden shed waiting for a light bulb moment. That came when Erin spotted a ripped up fur coat in the fabric section of the local thrift shop. “$8 for real fur is half the price of faux fur at the fabric store!” she points out, so it was easy to feel confident about experimenting with it!

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