Imaginative and Inspiring Farmhouse Thrift Store Makeovers are going to Inspired you to create your own original diy project that will be amazing!
It’s Monday Morning my friends and that can only mean one thing here at The Cottage Market… it’s time for more Imaginative and Inspiring Farmhouse Thrift Store Makeovers! There is such a wonderful collection waiting for you here today. A gorgeous Chair Makeover… A Jewelry Box Makeover that is too cute for words and so much more. Just grab that favorite cup of brew and escape for a few minutes and recharge with all this inspiration. It could lead you to your next project! Here’s wishing you all a magical day!
Ladder Back Chair Makeover
We are going to visit Ashley over at Little Glass Jar. She found a Ladder Back Chair for $6 at her Goodwill (great deal). You have to come and see how she transformed the chair into a piece that looks like it cost about $300 from Pottery Barn. One thing I can tell you is that there is a whole lot of sanding happening… but the end result is so worth it. Check it out… you can use her technique on just about any wooden piece you can imagine!
Matching a Jewelry Music Box to an Antique Dresser via a Thrift Store Find
I simply adore this!!! Sarah from Sadie Seasongoods found a Jewelry Box at her Goodwill that had the basic bones of a dresser of hers! Well here is where the fun comes in… she took it home… worked her magic and created a little “mini me” dresser that is amazing! This post will give you techniques but also stretches your imagination to what is possible. ENJOY!
Farmhouse Drop-Leaf Coffee Table With Typography
As we all know that talented Larissa (Prodigal Pieces) is always finding nice big lots of Thrift Store Finds and this drop leaf table is a piece from her latest haul. It sure didn’t look like this before she worked her magic (just a hint… it had a mermaid on it!!!). Come and see her process which is always enlightening… that way the next time you see a piece that you don’t think you can help… you will know you can : ) Enjoy!
DIY Tiled Table Top
Well Nancy’s $14.99 Thrift Store Small Table find was certainly a great one. It is well built but a bit dated… but she knew she could work her wonders and that she did! She knew that it was the kind of wood that bleeds through paint… but she really wanted to paint it white… I am sure you have run into that so her tips and tricks will certainly help you out. Then with a tiled top… this piece became totally Contemporary Farmhouse Fabulous! Don’t miss out on this one… once again you can apply these techniques to so many different Thrift Store Finds! Check this out over at Artsy Chicks Rule!
Thrift Store Basket Makeover
Christy that amazing creator over at Confessions Of A Serial DIYER had eyes for a basket at a Yard Sale so of course it came home with here. Now come and see how she took it from “meh” to Coastal Farmhouse Perfect!!! Her projects never disappoints!
Rustic DIY Wooden Trunk Tables
Marie over at Interior Frugalista is showing us how to make an incredible Trunk Table! I love this look and if you are fortunate enough to find an old trunk or even an old suitcase…you have to stop by and let Marie show you how it is done. She even has a DIY on how to line the trunk to make it even more special. ENJOY!
HOW TO CREATE A UNIQUE DIY PICTURE FRAME TO DISPLAY PHOTOS
You will find out that Hardware Cloth + A Thrifted Picture Frame =’s a FABULOUS Photo Display Board! LOVE IT and Jamie from Anderson and Grant is going to show you how to make one in a snap!
Framed Pegboard Organizer
The creative KariAnne Wood over at Thistlewood Farms upcycled a Thrift Store frame just by adding pegboard…what a quick…easy…farmtastic Pegboard Organizer this is!
How to Stencil on Glass to Make Farmhouse Style Art
When I saw this little project over at Adirondack Girl @ Heart I thought I would share it will all of you because it is such a great project to do with a Thrift Store Frame… right? Drop by and Diane will show you exactly how to turn the glass to your frame into fun Farmhouse Art! LOVE IT!
Succulent Planter Display
OK… maybe you are not into the Mounted Police… but you do know how many fun tins of all different sizes and styles you can find in the Thrift Store! Well… I am hoping that this little Succulent Planter Display just might inspire you to create something just like it. The only thing I would add is make sure to drill a few holes (you can use the lid as a saucer) and add a thin layer of gravel before the soil! Now keep your eyes peeled for un tins… vintage or new! Check this out over at BHG!
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