We’re starting week #2 of my March Madness series and welcome! I can’t believe it’s been a whole week already!
How many dated headboards have you passed by without a second thought? I’ve redone several headboards because they are perfect for repurposing!
Here is the $5 beauty my son and I picked up a couple of weeks ago at the thrift store:
I’m sure it was only $5 because it had no tag and the cashier was put on the spot. It’s getting harder and harder to find a great deal at thrift stores these days!
This little cutie got a simple, but functional makeover:
I took advantage of the snow for this one, but imagine it hanging in a mudroom to collect coats as you enter, or how about in a bathroom to hang towels? It would also be super sweet in little girls room to hang dress up clothes or purses.
I cut off the legs using my table saw, then gave it two coats of my DIY chalky paint in white. I sanded it a bit and sealed it with Annie Sloan’s clear soft wax.
The hardware came from Hobby Lobby and most of them were originally brown. I spray painted them with Rustoleum’s Blossom White, and sanded them a bit to age them.
My stone pathway looks so pretty against the snow!
I kinda wished I had had other things ready to be photographed before this snow disappeared!
Here are some pretty cool headboards I repurposed previously that you might also enjoy.
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