Vintage Suitcase is Pretty in Pink

old-vintage-suitcase

Over at Pretty Providence, Sarah has a collection of vintage suitcases down in her cellar, which she scored at yard sales over time. One day she got brave enough to take on an old ugly suitcase and make it something beautiful. Sarah wasn’t quite brave enough to take on a spooky cellar though, so her husband saved the day and brought up the suitcase. That’s what husbands are for, am I right?

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Table Renewed with Color and Paint

vintage-side-table

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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Former Bricks Become Bookends

leftover-bricks

At Pudel-design, Lydia needed some bookends to keep her bookshelves looking neat, and to add a little color and design to them, as well. She realized that the bricks leftover from their driveway installation where just the right size and weight to be bookends.

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Dresser Refresher

wardrobe dresser

At her blog, I Dig Pinterest, Christine shared a fun makeover. This dresser had been on her to-do list for a while, so as soon as the weather got better, she went to work giving it a new look.

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Dresser Refresher

wardrobe dresser

At her blog, I Dig Pinterest, Christine shared a fun makeover. This dresser had been on her to-do list for a while, so as soon as the weather got better, she went to work giving it a new look.

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Pretty Pink and Gold Mason Jar Vases

mason-jars

Mason jars make nice vases as they are, but Krista of The Happy Housie took hers over the top with the addition of some paint.

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What’s More Glam Than Pink and Houndstooth?

roadside-chair-upholstered

Over at Rain on a Tin Roof, Jenna tells us, “This was my first ever roadside find. It just took me a long time to get around to fixing it!” Well, when you see how this chair makeover turned out, I think you’ll agree it was worth the wait.

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