It’s Monday so it must be Amazingly Fresh Farmhouse Thrift Store Makeovers Day! We have some incredible beauties here today. From a Grandmothers Cabinet getting a Fresh New Cottage Farmhouse Look to a piece of an Old Rocker that was taken from the Neighbors Trash…we have something for everyone! Sure hope you enjoy this collection over a yummy cup of your favorite brew!
Christine over at Renewed Claimed Path found this cute little End Table that needed a lot of love…and that is what it got. Come and see what a great paint treatment and new hardware can do for a very tired out dated piece of furniture!
I am going to ask you a question…would you pick up a chair from your Thrift Store that had been dog chewed…missing a splat…damaged rush…have 2 missing rungs??? Well our Larissa from Prodigal Pieces picked it up with no problem and then worked her Farmhouse Magic on it. The end results…amazing! Come and see how she did it!
When Gail over at My Repurposed Life got Rodney Free (Rodney is what she calls this cute little Vintage Sewing Desk) she knew that she needed some Kitchen Storage and a TV Stand so this little Sewing Desk got a total makeover and was totally repurposed. Oh and I failed to mention…it also serves as an adorable cozy little spot for her precious pup! Now Rodney has a new home and tons of purpose! Come and see how she did it.
What do you do when the Universe gives you old drawers? Make display shelves of course! That is what the Girl In The Garage did and they look fabulous! So the next time you see some drawers in your Thrift Store or even better…road side…pick them up…there are just soooooo many possibilities that await you. Come and see how these pretties were made!
I think by now you know how much I lover Larissa from Prodigal Pieces creations! She just brings the best out of old…broken pieces and makes them shine from the inside out! Well this on in particular touched my heart in 2 ways…it’s new color is my lifetime favorite color and much more important…it was her husbands Grandmothers and in her honor she gave it a totally fresh and fabulous look but still kept the “heart” of the piece. It now has a new life and will be treasured by even more generations. Larissa…Grandma is smiling at you from the Heavens! Come and see the before and after and then bake a yummy pie in your Grandma’s honor…I will make a big pot of Spaghetti Sauce : )
Christy…the Mistress of Makeovers worked her miracles once again when she saw this broken piece of her neighbors rocker in the garbage! Yes…she picked her neighbors garbage lol! Now come on over and see why she snatched this piece and how she created an amazing Farmhouse Gem that will be used for decades to come! All I can say is WOW!
When Lauren over at Bless’er House found this old table sitting in her Thrift Store…she knew it her heart that $30 was not a bad deal because she had envisioned what it could be like once she got it in her studio! She was RIGHT! Come and see how she transformed it to Blah to Farmhouse FAB!!! Shows you how much inner beauty lies waiting for you at your Thrift Shop!
When you visit Bean In Love you are going to see how a touch of paint can change everything! Come and see how she transformed an old pair of Chrystal Lamps from her Thrift Store into a Trendy New Look for her space! So pretty…so many possibilities!
Duct Tape An Denim once again shows us why we should not pass up Old Chairs at the Thrift Store! Come and see how she transformed this chair into a gorgeous planter! Spring is here…maybe you want to pull up a chair and make a planter of your very own! The how to awaits you!
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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