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.
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.
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.
Over at Lake Girl Paints, Deb has been working some furniture makeover magic. It all started with a dresser passed down from Grandma.
Debbie at Painted Therapy learned a valuable lesson the hard way: “never put wheels on tables; kids will always use them as trains.” After the untimely derailment of her train coffee table, Debbie went searching in the garage for a replacement. She turned this hand-me-down piano bench into a (stationary) coffee table of beauty!
Candice from ReFab Diaries spotted this table on a morning run. (See? Running IS good for you!) She brought it home and turned it into a gorgeous end table for her living room.
After receiving these retro side tables as a gift from her mom, Bonnie at Revolutionaries got to work! She used some elbow grease and milk paint to transform the tables into a drool-worthy duo.
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.