You may have spotted this project by Mindy of My Love 2 Create over at Knock Off Decor. It's one she originally shared at My Repurposed Life. She started out withan old window that a friend had passed along to her.
Some rescues have a really fun history, like this little school desk that got a makeover from Dee at Meatloaf and Melodrama. Dee tells us, "This was originally my desk back when I was a lot smaller and younger--and no, I'm not that old! My aunt worked for one of the local school districts, and she saved this from being thrown when one of the older schools was being renovated."
Over at Mendez Manor, Nicole has been thinking about the upcoming holidays. She wanted to have something both festive and fun to help create unique tablescapes this holiday season. The solution? These chalkboard painted chargers.
Over at Cherished Bliss, Ashley had a little cloche that she'd picked up at a thrift store a while ago, but hadn't figured out how to use it, yet. She decided that since she gets excited about decorating for different seasons, she should turn this cloche into something that would work for a number of different seasons, holidays, and occasions.
After finding a pile of gorgeous vintage windows on the side of the road recently, April has been sharing all the ways she's repurposing those windows at House by Hoff. (I featured one of those transformations here.) Her latest window project is perfect for a summertime vignette.
When Mary Beth of Cupcakes and Crinoline was offered a hand me down coffee table, she enthusiastically said yes. After all, it was a better size for her living room than the table she had, and it offered some great storage options. The new table just need a few tweaks to make it both fun and functional.
Katy from A Shade of Teal found this sturdy wood piece at a yardsale. It wasn't exactly clear what it was--empty picture frame? headboard?--but under the 80's tole painting job it had great lines and detail. Katy thought it would make a terrific chalkboard.
At Monkey See Monkey Do, Jennifer says, "This desk was in my parents' basement for years and was headed for the burning pile...but we saved it. It sat in our garage for a year when we decided to paint the top with spray chalkboard paint and use it for a learning room in our home."
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