Over at Honeybear Lane, Heidi has been working on projects for her daughter’s nursery. She’s not revealing the whole room, yet, but she thought of a fun way to incorporate these two bar stools.
Tracie from The Bunch has a cute little toddler who didn’t love her high chair anymore. Luckily, Great-Grandma had picked up these little chairs at a garage sale and passed them on to their family, so Tracie an her husband decided to use them to make a new spot for their daughter to enjoy her meals.
Catherine blogs at Freddy and Petunia. She picked up this pair of chairs at a thrift sale and decided to give them a whole new look.
When Melody of My Passion for Decor came across this cane chair at an estate sale, it had definitely seen better days. Luckily, Melody could see past the worn upholstery to what a makeover could do for this piece.
At her blog C.R.A.F.T., Jamie explains that when her husband moved ahead of her to start a new job, he acquired a few pieces of free furniture to temporarily furnish their place while he waited for her to arrive with their actual household goods. This beat up chair was one of the freebies.
Taylor blogs at TaylorMade. When she brought this vintage barrel chair home from a garage sale, she was excited about the chair but knew the upholstery had to go. Quotes from professionals were over $400, so Taylor gathered up her courage and decided to do it herself.
You know you’ve really achieved elite junker status when even friends of friends start passing their castoffs on to you. That’s exactly how Reeves from The Weathered Door ended up with a free solid wood banker’s chair.