Perfect Picture Frames from Pallets

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“I am knee deep in a garage, mudroom and kitchen addition,” says Katie from Little House of Four. “Each week we’ve had a few deliveries, which all resulted in pallets full of material being delivered to the house.” She’s been using all that pallet wood to make useful and beautiful things for her home. Her latest project is turning pallet wood into picture frames.

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Grandma’s Table Saved and Styled

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This table makeover was the brainchild of Melanie and Steffanie from Find it, Make it, Love it, who shared it at Fun, Cheap, or Free. Steffanie’s grandma was going to throw this hexagon side table out, but luckily her granddaughter saw potential.

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Ruined Nightstands Get Another Chance

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When Ashley of The Handmade Home got the two nightstands she’d ordered from an online retailer, they had been heavily damaged in shipping. Luckily, the online retailer came through in a big way and refunded the purchase. Ashley was left with two damaged, but free pieces of furniture!

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Drab to Fab Piano Bench Makeover

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Kristin blogs at Yellow Bliss Road. When she saw this piano bench on its way to the curb, she couldn’t stand to let it go! Kristin knew it had potential.

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Porch Lanterns Refabbed

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Over at Little Brags, Christine has been giving her back porch a makeover. She had these two huge brown lanterns to use, but had grown tired of their brown color.

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Old Fence Slats to Chic Flower Trough

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Recently at one of my other blogs, Infarrantly Creative, I shared a project I made from these old wood fence slats I inherited from my neighbor.

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Porch Light Goes from Old Brass to Oil-Rubbed Bronze

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Janette blogs at Style with Cents. After a hail storm beat her front porch light to smithereens, it was looking pretty sad.

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Thrift Store Table Gets “Succulent” New Look

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At Crap I’ve Made, Char was shopping at the thrift store with her mom when they happened upon this teak table for a steal of a deal. It had great bones but needed a little love, or as Char puts it, “child labor.”

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