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It’s been about a year since I rounded up a few (or 30) of my own furniture makeovers, so I thought it was time to put together another. Most of these pieces were absolutely nothing fancy to begin with, but a little TLC went a long way.
Let’s start with this little shabby sewing machine table. It was really quite beat up when I found it, but for $10, I dragged it home anyway…
It had so many dings and bumps that I kept it pretty shabby to make them work.
Next up is this little side table that I picked up at the thrift store for less than $20:
I updated it with paint and the addition of fabric on the drawer panel. It’s not so plain anymore!
I’m not sure why but this little rocker I picked up for just a few dollars is one of my favorite makeovers:
It turned out so sweet, and sold right away! I shared how to add a padded seat in this post:
This next little table had a paint job that was a total hot mess, but for $7 I figured I would try to do something with it:
I added lace detail using a lacy café curtain and spray paint!
Boy I did a lot of side tables! Here is this little cookie cutter one before:
It got a new look with grey and white paint:
Next up is this entry table I scored at an estate sale for cheap:
Fabric was a fantastic addition to this piece (and I kept it!):
This next project was a surprise for my Mom. I redid her whole bedroom suite while she was out of town. It was super 80’s oak before:
Some new feet, hardware, and a sweet new paint job brought this pretty piece right up to date!
How about something other than white? This was my number one most viewed post that I shared in 2015:
This headboard I turned into a bench was the perfect candidate for Mason Jar Blue Milk Paint:
Shortly after that, I shared how I managed to change up a table my Mom had painted a coastal scene on:
Without painting over her artwork:
I love so many things about this next set that I found for around $60:
This is actually an old chart table, but adding a couple of coordinating chairs, I thought it would make a great set for an office:
This little serving piece was 75% off on the final day of an estate sale:
I updated it with French Linen chalk paint and thought it could double as a TV stand:
This crazy sponge painted dressing table was a $20 Estate Sale find:
I paired it with a petite chair I already had purchased for just a few dollars to create a beautiful set for a sweet young lady:
Here’s another little thrift store side table I scored for a great price:
The addition of a harlequin pattern made this such a unique piece:
Next up is this hutch I found at my neighborhood’s annual yard sale for only $60:
The addition of bead board on the back and a fresh coat of white paint turned into a quick sale!
This pedestal table was a $10 yard sale find from the same neighborhood sale:
It went thorough a couple of changes before I settled on this color combination for a fresh coastal-inspired feel:
This next little chair was one of those things I purchased only because it was so cheap! I got a pair of these chairs for $3 a piece:
I had no idea how I was going to make these unique, but a little makeover with some Robin’s Egg Blue spray paint seemed to do the trick:
I couldn’t pass up this classic oval yard sale coffee table:
A little hand-painted French Detail gave it a whole new personality:
I picked up this antique folding sewing table with the $3 chairs:
A new paint job and it makes the perfect little writing desk. I thought it would make a great addition to a spare bedroom:
How about this cane-backed club chair:
New upholstery using the leftover curtain panels from the Paris Table set brings this little beauty right up to date:
This was a big brown dated beast of a dresser that I found at Good Will:
It got a much more sophisticated look with some of my favorite fabric added to the drawers:
I had this night stand that had similar lines, so I did it to match the dresser:
I did several dressers last year. Here is another that I found for only $40 at a yard sale:
It was prefect for a simple shabby makeover:
The drawers are my favorite part…
Here’s an antique beauty that didn’t start out so beautiful:
My sectional also got a makeover:
With the addition of my new DIY slip covers:
This next piece had a broken seat, but it was so cute and the price was right:
It’s so much sweeter now, plus I shared how to fix the seat in this post:
I almost didn’t get to bring this home since a girl was literally hugging it at the thrift store:
But it was meant to be…
I painted this next piece for our “Black” Themed Furniture Thursday:
Of course black isn’t really my thang, but close enough! I replaced the broken mirror with a chalkboard, and the sides got the stripe treatment. (I ended up selling it as a set with the petite French chair above!) :
This sweet plant stand was a thrift shop challenge between me and my buddy, Nancy from Artsy Chicks Rule. (We even made a video!):
It looks so much more updated with its grey and white paint job:
This empire dresser was more trouble than I bargained for:
After nearly reducing me to tears, it turned out great in the end:
This table and chair set is one of my favorite makeovers! I picked this up for only $40:
Love this coastal color combo!
This $20 yard sale table started out painted:
The paint job was really bad though so I decided it needed to be uncovered a bit to reveal that beautiful wood beneath:
There you have it, Friends, over 30 of my own furniture makeovers from the past year. A lot of my pieces were smaller this year as they move faster in my booth space, but I think I was able to get a few more done.
If you enjoyed this post, you’ll love this one too:
And if you’re in the market to try few makeovers of your own but don’t know where to start, you might find this a great place to get you going:How to Paint Furniture using Chalk Paint
I’ll be back on Thursday with another furniture makeover for Themed Furniture Thursday!
See ya then! 🙂
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