Tips for turning an old singer sewing machine base into a table for your sofa or hallway. Spray paint was used for the base and reclaimed wood was used for the table top. Lots of tips for you to DIY.
Today, I’m sharing a couple of pallet top side tables. I have this thing for tables, and have collected several metal table bases. Metal Side Tables One metal table base had a top that was not made for outdoors, another didn’t have a top when I got it. Pallet wood is perfect for this project…
Spray painting glassware is not only easy, but it’s fun to change up thrift store pieces on a whim!
How to turn a vintage ammo box into a coffee table. Step by step directions will show you how you can do this or something similar with a box you may have in storage. It doesn’t get any better than a vintage ammo box coffee table with storage AND a bottom shelf!
Old 90’s furniture gets a new look. A little TLC and paint, the set of bookcases are hardly recognizable. An easy bookcase makeover that will surprise you. Make your own chalk paint to make this not only easy, but very frugal!
Yes, I painted it. Free furniture is anything goes around here. Only family heirlooms get restored. This easy chest of drawers makeover may have you looking at your thrift store items differently. What have you painted lately?
This oh so easy brass table makeover is a project that may inspire you to pick up a can of spray paint today! Painting is the quickest way to upcycle thrift store items.
Things do not always go smoothly. Not even for me! I’ve been doing the junkin’ thing for many, many years. I’ve often said color can make or break a project. This is one of those cases. I almost gave up on this sweet repurposed garden bench. I’ll take you through the steps of how it went wrong before I finally got it right.
I have an easy craft project to share with you! How to decoupage a watering can using pretty floral napkins. This easy craft can be done in just a couple of hours. Do more than one to make a set. Great for displaying cut flowers indoors.
After seeing a picture of a small cabinet hanging on the wall in a magazine, I realized that it would be easy to recreate using a couple of repurposed drawers. I find my inspiration by looking at manufactured pieces and then ask myself what can I make that from?
Collecting glassware can be addictive! But, it’s a lot of fun and can be very rewarding when you have a lot of unique pieces to choose from when you make your repurposed glass totems. It really is a great way to upcycle all those glass vases you may already have on hand.
How to make an outdoor coffee table using a repurposed fire pit. Pallet boards were the perfect addition to this metal frame to make this bright and colorful coffee table/ottoman for my backyard.