Happy Monday everyone! We are back with another Collection of Fun and Fresh Farmhouse Thrift Store Makeovers. This one is filled with some original and clever ideas. From an amazing Cupboard Door Upcycle to Basket Transformation and beyond! You are going to be inspired and get tons of new ideas for your next Thrift Store Makeover. So grab your favorite mug…a cushy blanket…curl up and enjoy these wonderful creations!
Lesson Learned…NEVER pass up cupboard doors at your Local Thrift Shop…Flea Market or Garage Sale…just look at the Cottage Farmhouse Styled Bookshelf made from Cupboard Doors over at My Love 2 Create. Mindi did an amazing job putting this together. Come and check out her DIY…you are going to love it.
When you are at your local Thrift Store and you see an item that speaks to you from it’s soul but yet you are not too sure if it will work with your Farmhouse Style…check out this DIY and see how this Tiered Tray got its incredible Weathered Wood look. Remember…any piece can have this look and it makes everything better! Check this out over at My Creative Days!
This Farmhouse Wall Decor is awesome! Over ate My Life On Kaydeross Creek picked up these orange shutters at a Flea Market for $20. What they did with them next is sooooo Joanna Gaines and that is a GOOD THING!!! With a touch of paint…wonderful imagination and just the right accents it became a one of a kind Farmhouse Masterpiece! Hope this inspires your inner shutter DIYS! You have to see how this whole thing came together!
Our friend Larissa over at Prodigal Pieces picked up a piece at the Thrift Shop that was a bit provincial…but she worked her Farmhouse Magic on it and gave it a totally new look…you are going to love it and it till give you tons of ideas! ENJOY!
Come and see how Lora over at Craftivity turned a run of the mill Thrift Store Basket into a Farmhouse Beauty! It’s so simple but yet so wonderful. I believe that there is a Farmhouse Basket within every basket and Lora just proved it! Get the DIY and work your magic on the next basket you find.
Sometimes all Rusty Metal needs is a Hand Stitched Table Cloth! Come and see how Kathy over at Petticoat Junktion gave this Rusty Chair a pick-me-up yet it kept all of it’s vintage Farmhouse Charm. Quick and Easy!
Carlene over at Organized Clutter has a double Thrift Store Makeover for us today! Two Thrift Shop Finds Become Easter Decor. She did such a great job…I truly have to say I don’t know if I would have had high hopes for either of these finds and with that mind thought I would be completely wrong because she brought out the best in both! Come and see the before so you appreciate the after even more.
If you happen to find planters that look like they were used for Baby’s First Birthday or ones used to wish Grandma a Happy Easter…don’t walk by them all that quickly. You will see here at Oleander + Palm how some dated Bunnies got a new look with a touch of Glam …Class oh yes…and some Succulents. Look beyond your first impressions : )
You need to drop by Twelve On Main and see what she did with her Thrift Store Basket. It turns into a great Farmhouse Storage Piece that I know you will enjoy! Come and be inspired to make one of your very own.
Did you now that some Thrift Store Books plus a touch of Lightening Accessories equals an incredible Farmhouse Light? Well it does and my bud Gina over a The Shabby Creek Cottage is going to show you exactly how to make one. I LOVE the possibilities for this one…use books that you love the colors…or how about your favorite book titles…or maybe sports books or history books or…well you get the picture…Create and ENJOY!
As always here at The Cottage Market we would like to send out tons of APPAWS and APPLAUSE to all of our blogger friends for sharing their talents and creativity with us! We want them to know that they are appreciated and loved. You are going to adore exploring their blogs for more outstanding DIY’s and inspiration. As always…ENJOY & CREATE!
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