Turquoise and Brass Renew This Side Table

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Bre blogs at Brepurposed. Before her friend Abby took this small table away to the Salvation Army, she offered it to Bre. ” Free = fabulous,” she laughs, “So of course I said yes!”

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Stylish Side Tables Started as Paint Buckets

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“If you have followed my blog for awhile, you know I have an addiction for recycling old paint buckets,” says Ama at OhOh Blog. But when you see the stylish side tables she’s going to show you, you’ll have a hard time believing that they started out as paint buckets!

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Garage Organization Inspired this Side Table

garage door with plated slotted angles

“I’ve been cleaning the garage and putting things where they belong, so this project was born out of that, organization!” confesses Cristina at Remodelando la Casa. She had a pile of wine crates and some parts from an old garage door that she decided to get out of the garage and into her house…as furniture!

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Trashed and Tossed Table Gets a Chic Second Chance

messy-table

Karen of The Salvaged Boutique tells us, “Trolling the neighborhood on one of our tree lawn treasure hunts we came across a pathetic but gorgeous table.” It was in really bad shape, but Karen was charmed by the chippy paint and lovely lines.

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A Rescued Rolling Cart with a West Elm Inspired Makeover

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“A few months ago I found a metal rolling cart in a garbage pile at work,” tells Kathy at The Salvaged Boutique. Delighted with the possibilities of her find, she took it home for a makeover.

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Butcher Block Island Goes Industrial

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Dena from Hearts & Sharts in in the process of giving her basement man-cave a new style: vintage industrial. One of her projects has been turning an ugly old butcher block kitchen island into a sleek industrial coffee table.

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File This Under Super Cool

old-file-cabinet

“This was a file cart that I rescued from the curb in my neighborhood to narrowly avoid what was sure to be a terrible fate at a land fill,” explains Marta at Marta on a Mission. The new destination for this file cart?  Her nephew’s bedroom.  But first, Marta had to disassemble the cart, wash it {…Read More…}

Tea Trolley to Lemonade Stand

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After Carolyn of Desire Empire had this tea trolley in her possession for over a year, she finally got up enough courage to give it a makeover. “The thought of the work involved daunted me,” she confesses.

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