My coffee table is still patiently waiting for it’s makeover along with my cutting table, my son’s dresser, my dresser and my dining room table. And, I now have a brand new excuse as to why I can’t seem to tackle any of those projects. Wait for it…it’s too cold outside. Ah, the perks of frigid Northern Colorado winters. Even though I am procrastinating on my own projects that doesn’t keep me from finding inspiration through the work of others.
Like this great wicker chest makeover from The Jay Street Project. The amazing transformation abilities of spray paint…
And, this metal storage bin makeover from Mud Pie Studio is a great find. I’d love one of these for all my bits and pieces in the garage.
This little stool makeover from villabarnes is awesome. I love the way she re-purposed the grain sack.
Storage. I’m always looking for new storage ideas and this little cubbie makeover would create some great storage in any craft room. Homeroad really transformed her free find.
And, this little student desk makeover reminded me of two projects I left off my to-do list. I picked up a great little desk for my daughter at an auction for $5 and it along with my son’s desk are both in need of makeovers. Saved by Suzy created a unique, one-of-a-kind desk for her daughter.
These zebra stripes are just perfect on this console table makeover. Salvage Savvy has great step by step instructions on how to create this look. My daughter would love something like this on her desk.
I love the personalized art work on this side table makeover from Art is Beauty. Makes me wish I had even an inkling of talent in the hand painting department.
I love mid-century modern furniture and this is a great transformation from House Vintage. She doesn’t share many details (like any haha!) from what I could find, but I love the finished product.
This glider makeover from Project 365 is fabulous. It brought back to life a piece of her family history.
Loving the teal color of this dresser makeover from My Old Country House and she does some great detective work to learn the history of her great furniture find.