Over at Marisa Howard Design, Marisa is working on redecorating her home. Most of the walls in her home will be repainted in a creamy white this summer, so she's been on the lookout for colorful accessories to balance out all the white. An old Ikea picture frame was begging for a makeover, so Marisa decided to incorporate it into the new decor.
Heather has been working on a superhero themed bedroom for her boys and is sharing projects over at Twin Dragonfly Designs. This old desk, a garage sale find from several months ago, was just the right size for the boys' room, but needed a bit of TLC, first.
Over at her blog Cutesy Crafts, Jessica says she's embarrassed to admit how ugly this black and gold colonial style spindle chair was before she gave it a makeover. "From the hole in the cushion that the children enjoy pulling stuffing out of, to the teeth marks on the arm, it was WAY past time for a makeover," she laughs.
Hannah from Lovely Little Life has a funny story about how she acquired this birdhouse. "It was my mom's, and when she moved it went in the yard sale pile," she explains. "As a joke, my father-in-law put it out in front of my house to see if I would notice, ha ha!" I left it there out of pure laziness, but after awhile it started to grow on me--eventually it called my name."
Once upon a time, Amy from Giggleberry Creations stumbled across a blog featuring a TV cabinet that was repurposed into a play kitchen. She loved the idea and sent the link on to her mom and sisters but later forgot about it. But at her two-year-old daughter's birthday party, Amy's mom and dad surprised everyone with an exciting gift!
Over at How Joyful, Joy had an office chair that was pretty beat up, and she didn't like the dark leather look of it. But the chair was still so comfortable to sit in that she decided to give it another chance before throwing it out.
At Pig and Paint, Alison originally purchased this lamp many years ago, adorned with a heavy 70's rust-colored, bead-trimmed shade. Over the years she held on to it, switching out the lamp shade for the one shown in this picture, but never really loving the look. So finally she transformed it into a glamorous lamp that could live in her master bedroom!
At The Crafted Sparrow, Rebecca was in the process of giving her craft room a makeover, so she saved tin cans to help her organize supplies. She had planned on painting them, but came up with an even better idea!
At Redhead Can Decorate, the 1969 crib Julie and her siblings slept in as babies had been sitting in her attic, not meeting safety requirements for use, but waiting, dreaming of the day Julie would repurpose it into...wait for it...an American flag! And it gets better, because the transformation was fast and easy!
Brooke blogs at Start at Home. While perusing the flea market with her mom, Brooke came across this china hutch--an outdated color, but still in great condition. So she took it home and got to work giving it a makeover!
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