Grandpa’s Nightstand Goes Shabby Chic

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This little side table sat next to the bedside of Jessica’s grandpa for years. It was worn and shabby, but to Jessica the nightstand was a keepsake. See how she revived it at Live Randomly Simple.

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French Farmhouse Fresh Table Restyle

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When she was putting the finishing touches on her dining room makeover, Jen had to admit it–her dining table just didn’t go with the rest of the room. But who has money for new furniture when you’ve just finished a home improvement project? Like most of us, Jen did not, so she had to get creative with what she had, and she blogged about the process over at Noting Grace.

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Mid Century Modern Nightstand Makeover

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Ashley of Domestic Imperfection was 41.5 weeks pregnant when she decided that something had to be done about these nightstands. They’d been languishing in their dated state since she’d hauled them home two years ago….but when that nesting instinct kicks in, watch out!

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From Curbside to Patio

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Virginia of Fynes Designs had been striking out when it came to patio furniture. She’d waited until she could find one that she could afford, but to her disappointment the one she bought turned out to be a lemon and had to be returned. Bummer. “One day, just after garbage clean up, one of my cousins landed on my door-step with a gem,” Virginia tells us.

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Worn-out Dining Set gets Rustic Makeover

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Deb from Lake Girl Paints recently tackled a dining set that “had great lines to begin with but needed some repair.” This lucky set got a major makeover with a really cool striped painting technique!

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DIY Log Side Table

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Dan and Erin at DIY Passion decided to try making their own log side table (instead of buying one for hundreds of dollars) when a friend offered them a stump from his property. As Dan tells us, “It’s maple and it’s heavy as you-know-what.”

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From Doomed Dresser to Side Table

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Jessica is sharing a fast and dirty side table project at Live Randomly Simple. While scoping out a soon-to-be-demolished house, she found an antique dresser with beautiful drawers that were “dingy, dirty, scratched and long forgotten about.” The drawers escaped the wrecking ball and came home with her.

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Side Table with a Concrete Top

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Taryn from Design Dining Diapers had a side table in her home that just didn’t go with her current decor. She considered selling it, but then decided to try and make it work with her current decor.

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