Vintage Rocking Chair Makeover

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Over at Weekend Craft, Michelle found this rocking chair at a yard sale shortly before her sister’s birthday. Good bones for sure, but it needed some sprucing up. And since her sister had been eyeing rocking chairs, Michelle thought it would make the perfect gift.

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Curbside Find to Cable Knit Footstool

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Tempest blogs at Ellomennopee. “I’ve always wanted a footstool, I blame Disney,” she confesses. (That footstool puppy in Beauty and the Beast is pretty irresistible!) Hence the reason why Tempest rescued this worn out footstool from the curb.

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Painted Vintage Side Tables

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Lisa blogs at Modern Hen Home. When a dear family friend held an estate sale, he gave Lisa some of his midcentury modern furniture, including two wooden side tables.

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Garden Bench Rescued from the Forest

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“This old bench was rescued from the back of my mom’s flower garden right before it completely slipped away into the forest never to be seen again!” says Amy at Joyful Daisy. “I am truly amazed what an afternoon with spray paint can do.”

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Stenciled Cardboard Storage

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Over at Stowand TellU, Amy is on a mission to create more storage in her home for less. One of her latest discoveries is that cardboard, when painted, can be decorative storage. She even figured out how to make her own lidded storage boxes!

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Basic Fan Goes Retro Glam

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Jessa from Sparkle is grateful for any extra air she can get on hot summer days, so this portable fan is a permanent part of her decor during the summer months. She thought the basic black design was just something she had to live with until she spotted a picture of the Vornado Vintage Collection VFAN, one day, and was inspired by the two-tone, retro color scheme.

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Table Renewed with Color and Paint

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When Courtney found this table that had belonged to her grandmother languishing in her mother’s basement, she didn’t hesitate to take it home for a makeover. Why not? “My grandmother was a decorator,” Courtney explains at All Things New Again. “She was always changing things around and trying new looks. I did not hesitate to paint her table for one second because I know if she was here, she would have told me to paint it already

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Dowdy Rug Gets an Update

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Over at I Dig Pinterest, Christine had an entryway rug that was looking a bit faded and dated. It was definitely not giving any hints about the fun decor inside her home. So she decided to give it a makeover.

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