At Fynes Designs, Virginia was inspired by the hues of summer to refinish this rescued furniture. Most of these pieces came straight from the trash. Although they didn't look pretty when she found them, they were actually sturdy and there was nothing wrong with their construction.
When she was putting the finishing touches on her dining room makeover, Jen had to admit it--her dining table just didn't go with the rest of the room. But who has money for new furniture when you've just finished a home improvement project? Like most of us, Jen did not, so she had to get creative with what she had, and she blogged about the process over at Noting Grace.
Jessica is sharing a fast and dirty side table project at Live Randomly Simple. While scoping out a soon-to-be-demolished house, she found an antique dresser with beautiful drawers that were "dingy, dirty, scratched and long forgotten about." The drawers escaped the wrecking ball and came home with her.
After Kristi's mom saw how her daughter (who blogs at Making It in the Mountains) transformed the table in her kitchen, Mom wanted to get in on the makeover magic. At Brepurposed, Kristi shares the new look she gave her mom's tired table.
This old table was rescued by Sarah when she found it sitting on the roadside in front of her apartment complex. It didn't look too promising, but she took it home anyway. Check out the makeover she gave it at Sarah M. Dorsey Designs.
One lucky day, we spotted this solid wood dining table as a curbside freebie on our way home from work," Trisha from Black and White Obsession tells us. "As soon as I laid eyes on it I KNEW it would be the perfect piece to turn into a much more functional corner bench."
When Sabine and her family moved into their current home, they were met by an old fence that was completely falling over. Rather than throwing all that wood into the trash bin, she decided to make a table, and shared it at Mom In Music City.
Karen blogs at Flimsy Pi. Lately she's needed a small table for her reading room, but when she couldn't find the size of table she was looking for, Karen decided to use materials on hand to make one instead. That's where some shutters Karen received from a friend came in.
Brett from Being Bianca shared this incredible table makeover at I Should Be Mopping the Floor. What she started out with was a basic console that had been sitting in her entryway for years, and Brett tells us, "I just couldn't stomach spending a small fortune on a new table without attempting an upcycle on this one first."
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.
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."
Over at Little House of Four, Katie wanted to build her own workbench for the garage. Since her husband comes across used wood pallets often in his work, pallets seemed to be the quickest and cheapest option for building the bench.
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