Refinished Farmhouse Table

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This counter height farmhouse table was one of the first furniture purchases Kristy from The Diary of Dave’s Wife ever made. Over the years it’s been used and slightly abused. Since she still loved the table, Kristy decided to give it a new lease on life with a makeover.

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Updating a Kitchen Table

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At Classy Clutter, Mallory had the chance to help give a friend’s dining room a new look. The focal point of the room was this sturdy, solid wood mission-style table. Since the table was in great shape and had some fantastic details, Mallory suggested lightening it up a bit with paint.

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West Elm on a Dime

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Andrea at Decorating Cents was falling out of love with her red table. While browsing a West Elm catalog, she saw a set of nesting tables with a similar shape.  She says, “I knew with a little paint, I could come close to the West Elm version.” A few cans of black spray paint covered up {…Read More…}

DIY Tray Stand for Toolbox

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It was love when Mindi from My Love 2 Create spotted this old orange toolbox. With free plywood from a friend and some pieces she already had at home, Mindi built an absolutely gorgeous tray stand to feature her new beautified toolbox!

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Stumped? Try Gold

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Over at Thrifty & Chic, Alicia shares her love of tree stump furniture, saying, “It’s a great conversation piece. And they are cheap! The cheapest piece of furniture I own.”

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Entry Table Made from Reclaimed Wood

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“My sister-in-law and her husband bought a new house, and I really wanted to make something for them,” explains Mindi at My Love 2 Create. Her sister had mentioned that they could use a table for their entryway, so that’s what Mindi set out to make. Her material of choice? Salvaged deck wood.

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Think Pink! Accent Table

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Today all of our rescues are PINK, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month. (Click here to see this morning’s pink cup cozies.) This sweet little table rescued by Jen at All Things New is perfectly pretty after it’s pink makeover.

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Farmhouse Table from Fence Wood

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When Sabine and her family moved into their current home, they were met by an old fence that was completely falling over. Rather than throwing all that wood into the trash bin, she decided to make a table, and shared it at Mom In Music City.

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