Hi there my friends! Here we are once again to check out some more Fresh and Stunning Farmhouse Thrift Store Makeovers. Our Blogging Friends keep on creating such incredible projects that give us all kinds of ideas and inspiration and we are going to keep bringing them to you! Just remember… all you have to do is click on the blog name and it will bring you to that blog with the full tutorial. Today’s selection includes a fabulous an Upcycled Buffalo Check Suitcase… a fabulous Modern Thrift Store Transformation with a technique that you will probably use on other items…Upcycled Drawer Fronts turn into an incredible Coat Hanger and much much more. So… grab that cup of your favorite brew… find the most comfy space in the house and curl up with a soft throw and enjoy all of these imaginative pieces. Be Inspired… Enjoy and CREATE!!
Can you believe that these gorgeous Nightstands came from upcycling an old Thrift Store Desk??? How brilliant was Larissa to come up with this fabulous plan that worked! You have to see how it was done. As always… Larissa is a Master or her Art!
I just love this adorable Farmhouse Stool… but you should have seen it when Sarah got it from Goodwill. The caning on top was in such bad shape but that didn’t stop her! No way… she took the basic bones of the stool and refurbished it along with creating the perfect top. Just look at it now. Come and see the whole process over at Sadie Seasongoods. There is always hope for a piece in distress when you let your imagination soar.
Lauren over at Bless’er House found a nicely shaped glass vase at her Thrift Store and knew that it was destined for a more unique and fabulous Modern Farmhouse look! That is exactly what it got and she is sharing her SUPER Simple DIY that I think you will be using on some of your own items. If you are not as lucky as she was to find a glass vase for a good price… try the Dollar Stores… they have tons! Loving the look.
Susan over at Homeroad is always coming up with new ways of using Thrift Store Frames and I for one and loving this newest idea. Come and see how she created this little beauty. A faded vintage Bingo Card with an Olive Bucket and Greenery added to the frame created Farmhouse Magic. Be sure to visit to see how it all comes together.
We are back visiting Larissa at Prodigal Pieces and she just finished this fabulous piece made from my favorite Thrift Store item (DRAWERS). I love upcycled drawer projects… there are so many of them and I have seen a ton… but never one like this. She used the front drawer panels to make an amazing Coat Rack. Don’t you love it. I know you will be totally inspired by this creation and there is a bonus drawer makeover included… check it out!
Come and see how Christy over at Confessions Of A Serial DIYER turned a 4 dollar Thrift Store Suitcase into a Trendy Buffalo Check Farmhouse Beauty with a Chalkboard Tag. You have to see the before… it’s a total transformation inside and out. Loving this fresh look.
Over at Twelve On Main you will watch Sara create Farmhouse Style Wall Decor from a Thrifted Headboard! Come and check out the process… you just might be looking at Headboard in a different way! They also make great Coat Racks with cool hooks added to the bottom or you could even add a shelf to display special items or plants. So many possibilities!
You are going to absolutely love this little collection of Thrifted Succulent Planters. How fabulous is this old fashion Grinder. If you love that one…head on over to BHG for more brilliant ideas!
Cami from Tidbits is going to show you how to make some comfy cozy Repurposed Sweater Pillows that you are absolutely going to love. You can pick up all kinds of Sweaters at your Local Thrift Store… just imagine all of those pillows you can make at a fraction of what they would cost at the store.
MaryJo over at Masterpieces Of My Life is going to show you how many containers you pick up at the Thrift Shop can become fabulous Planters like this old Bread Tin. Love the look… there are just so many possibilities.
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