Okay, I just have to say that it is seriously hard to believe that this gorgeous and well-designed entry hallway is the product of not one, but TWO rescue projects! The fabulous furnishings in this hallway didn't start out quite so pretty as they are now. Instead, ChiWei of One Dog Woof started out with an old dining room console and a couple of free wine crates from the local wine shop.
If you have little ones (or have them visit very often), then chances are you have quite a few tiny socks tucked here or there. It seems like those socks never stay in pairs! Well, at Our Peaceful Planet, Nancy has found a cute use for extra toddler socks, and it's perfect for Easter!
This cupboard was destined for the dump until Terry saw the potential underneath. As she tells us at The Curator's Collection, "I thought that while it was ugly and poorly painted (note the dripping goopy red glaze on it) it did have some pretty features." She convinced the owner to let her have a go at it, and you won't believe the difference!
Laura from The Turquoise Home bought this classic lamp on clearance at Target months ago. She's been using it in her home ever since, but the wood tone was just a little off when placed alongside the rest of her decor. She decided it was time to change things up a bit.
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.
Angie blogs at Echoes of Laughter. She had an old metal side table that was ready to be kicked to the curb. When Angie told her mom she wanted to spruce it up with spray paint, Mom was skeptical that anything could save this old table!
Over at The Salvaged Boutique, Karen tells us that one of her friends sent her a picture of a kids' play kitchen made from an old entertainment center, telling her that she hoped to have something like it for her daughter someday. So when Karen went trash pickin' and found this broken changing table, she immediately thought of its potential to become a kitchen!
A couple years ago I bought a festive lampshade for $1 during after-Christmas sales....and it's been waiting for me to use it ever since! Recently, I decided to give the shade a new look, and I shared the makeover at Infarrantly Creative.
After Carolyn of Desire Empire had this tea trolley in her possession for over a year, she finally got up enough courage to give it a makeover. "The thought of the work involved daunted me," she confesses.
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