It is once again time to share some Whimsical and Charming Farmhouse Thrift Store Makeovers. This week we have some real gems…from the Makeover of an Amazing Old Blanket Chest…to a Portable Potting Bench which is incredible…to a Thrifted Classic Farmhouse Sofa Table and much much more. It never ceases to amaze me the wealth of talent out there in the Blogosphere and we are so happy to be able to share all this goodness with you and hopefully help you add some fantastic blogs to your reading list! So it is that time again…the one where we pour ourselves a cup of our favorite brew…sit back…chill a bit and simply enjoy all of this creativity…then become inspired and then…CREATE!
Larissa from Prodigal Pieces just has the magic touch when it comes to taking Trash to Treasure just like in this case…this Blanket Chest was in serious trouble…basically ICU but then Larissa came along and she shares her “Magic” with us. She gives me the belief that there is an amazing piece inside of everything no matter how old and broken down…always look for that star! Don’t miss this post…it’s a great one.
Nancy over at Artsy Chicks Rule Created this Beautiful French Farmhouse Fabric Decoupage on a simple Thrifted Piece. You are going to totally enjoy her whole process and maybe you might have a piece that you would love to try this on!
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!
This one is really magical! This gorgeous Farmhouse Style Portable Potting Bench was once a lonely old Thrifted TV Table (really…it was)…you owe it to yourself to drop by and visit with Sarah from Sadies Seasongoods to see how she transformed it into a real beauty!
Even though Fondue is a live and well LOL…had to make a plug for melted cheese : ) This set of Thrifted Fondue Forks found a brand new live over at My Thrift Store Addiction…she transformed them into the cute Retro Plant Markers and she shows you how!
What would you do with a Thrifted Silver Chest and an old TV Table…well let me show you what Style Mutt Home did and you will be TOTALLY Inspired!!!
This Thrifted $24 Table was once drab…used…scratched and more…drum roll…then entered Patti from Old Things New and she transformed it into a Farmhouse Pottery Barn Beauty and she shares her how to. Even if you don’t have a table waiting in the wings…this is a process that you just might love to use on just about any piece of Thrifted Furniture! Enjoy!
Ok…this might not “technically” be a Thrifted Project…but it was made from Tin Cans and I just had to share it! This Hand Made Washboard is so Farmtastic and is so easy and budget friendly to make with just some pieces of wood and some old tin cans…you have to check it out over at A Crafty Mix. Great for the Kitchen or Bathroom!
If you are lucky enough to find yourself an old Metal Crate at your Thrift Shop the The Boondocks Blog has a great idea on how to turn it into a permanent part of your home decor…with just the right fabric you will have a Farmhouse Gem!
We all love them and when we find them in our Local Thrift Store we are usually over the moon…so next time you find a Salvaged Window…you just might want to use it as a picture frame just like Nicki did over at Sweet Parrish Place!
Christy over at Confessions Of A Serial DIYER is always on the look out for the best Thrift Specials out there and I think this gorgeous piece for $17 is right on top of that list! Watch as she takes a fabulous Sofa Table and makes it even more Farmtastic amazing!
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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