I have a booth in an antique mall where I sell my upcycled treasures. Some things sell like hotcakes, and some things sell like three day-old stale bread. Today’s thrifty makeover is one of those pieces of stale bread. Welcome, Friends, to March Madness Thrifty Makeover #18!
It’s a piece my Mom painted a few years ago for a craft market, but didn’t sell. I stuck it in my booth along with a few other pieces she had left to help clear out her attic. Everything sold quickly except for this little Frenchy table:
I decided to bring it home and give it a quick facelift.
While I had the paint already out for my $5 Thrift Store Lamps, I gave the top of this little table a refresh:
Funny how that simple change completely altered the feel of this table.
I also changed out the hardware for this chippy one that’s been rolling around in my hardware bin for a while…
This Behr’s Gray Morning with a little white added, made into chalk paint.
I kept the drawer as is. I like the black against the blue…
Aside from dry time, this only took about 15 minutes! Now I’ll put it back in my booth and see how it goes.
I’ll be back tomorrow sharing what I did with this set of thrift store containers:
UPDATE: See what I did with them HERE now!
If you missed any of my thrifty transformations in this fun series so far, you can see yesterday’s HERE, and the previous 16 here:
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