Well all kinds of Thrift Store Makeovers have become a very popular on going post here at The Cottage Market. I think we have been doing it for over 2 years now and as long as you keep enjoying them…I will keep bringing them to you : ) Today we have a new Collection of Fabulous & Fresh Farmhouse Thrift Store Makeovers that I know you will fall in love with. From a pair of footstools that get a full Makeover…watch as a broken chair becomes awesome and much much more. Come and be inspired…gather new ideas and techniques and just ENJOY! Don’t forget to pour a cup of your favorite brew before you sit down…it’s amazing what a cup of hot coffee or tea along with something fun to read can do for your spirits.
Over at Confessions Of A Serial DIYER Christy took a very dated shelf and turned it into a Fresh and Fabulous Farmhouse Masterpiece! You can adapt this process on many other shelving pieces you may find in your local Thrift Shops!
Come and see how Gail from My Repurposed Life takes an old $1 frame and turns it into a magnificent Chalkboard! She shares her tips and tutorial…never pass by one of these round or oval frames…they are awesome!
Lisa from Recreated Designs show us that all you need is Burlap to Save a Thrifted Bulletin Board!
What would you do with a Thrifted Canvas Bag? Well Diana from Adirondack Girl At Heart turned it into an amazing Farmhouse Style Accessory that you can hang just about anywhere! With the magic of a little stenciling and pretty flowers…a masterpiece was born. Check it out…tons of great ideas on the blog.
The one and only Interior Frugalista is going to show us why we should never pass by a wooden box of any kind in the Thrift Shop. She will show you how to give it a brand new look! It’s perfect as a Cash Gift Giving Box for a Wedding but it has so many other uses! Does’t it look Cottage Farmtastic.
Over at Simply Beautiful By Angela you will see how she takes a VERY dated old hanging bucket and turns it into a Farmhouse Treasure.
Sometimes you see a piece you truly know has potential even though it might be a little frightening : ) Well Larissa from Prodigal Pieces found 2 Thrifted Foot Stools and wait till you see their Farmhouse Transformation. She also fills you in on how she did it so you can too…now look for those Thrifted Foot Stool Treasures out there!
I really love this one…it’s so simple and I think a process we over look many times. A broken chair is not a sad thing…why you ask? Because a broken chair is just a Farmtastic Stool away! Check it out and I know you will never look at a broken chair again in the same way.
Sarah says…check your Thrift Shop for Linen/Burlap or at fabric that has that look because when you do…you can created these Farmalicious Grain Sack Sachets. Aren’t they wonderful! Drop by over at Sadie Seasongoods and find out how to make these cuties…love the Grain Sack look!
Now if you are walking through your Thrift Shop and fall upon a Chicken Feeder…don’t walk away…it is an incredible Farmhouse Planter in waiting. Drop by Creative Cain Cottage and see how easy the process is! Who knew right!
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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Marie|The Interior Frugalista says
Oh wow, so many amazing fresh farmhouse inspiration in here! Thank you so much, Andrea for including my Wedding Keepsake Box. ♥
Julie Briones says
Really like the jewelry box makeover. And, I just did a door hanging out of a straw tote I got at a yard sale for $1. It’s a bit darker color, so this inspired me to go and dry-brush it with an ivory to lighten it up. Thanks!
Linda Weeks says
How did you know I had a broken chair that needs a home? Now, I can find a good use for it!
I had a feeling that you had a broken chair on hand lol! Can’t wait to hear what you make from it! You take care now and have an excellent weekend! Hugs…
Andrea, you picked out some fantastic farmhouse projects; thanks for including mine! You put together such great round-ups 🙂 Happy Spring!!