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Feeling Green with Envy for this Potting Bench

Last year, Stacy of Vintage Scrap Shop saw a free piece of furniture on the curb in her neighborhood. She says, "At first glance it looked like nothing more than a pile of potential firewood but thankfully I managed to take a 2nd look & saw what appeared to be an old potting bench." So what else could she do? She loaded it into her car and brought it home to give it a new life.
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Tufted Bench Beauty

I had to laugh when I read Abby's awesome confession over at Just a Girl and Her Blog. Her dining room set has three chairs, but she has a family of four. So one of her sons "has always sat on an uncomfortable folding chair" at meal times. Ah . . . the joys of working with what you have! When her sister offered up an old bench, Abby knew it was time "to make my little guy a cushy bench to sit on instead!"
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Pretty Settee from a Crib

I've featured quite a few projects here at Roadkill Rescue that involve cribs being turned into benches. This one by Sara of Thrifty Treasures, however, takes this concept to a whole new level. She transformed crib parts into a settee with some serious style credentials.
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Cute Corner Bench from a Crib

"On one of our pickin’ trips we garbage picked two sides of a crib," tells Karen at The Salvaged Boutique. She thinks that at one time, the crib must have looked a lot like the crib pictured below, but at the time she found it, everything but those two sides were too broken to be salvaged.
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This Headboard Got Benched

This nifty headboard project was created by Jen from Scissors and Spatulas for Somewhat Simple. It's got a cool backstory. The forgotten, neglected headboard once was her husband's childhood bed. "It was going to be tossed to the curb until I claimed it for myself because I had a vision," Jen tells us. "Being the little scavenger that I am, I hauled it home and rescued it!"