Yesterday was a gorgeous day. The sun was shining and the temperature was in something like the 60’s. Loved it. The only downside was that I spent all of it inside the garage reorganizing and cleaning. The unfun part of moving. But, after a long day of hard labor my workspace is almost completely set up. I c.a.n.t. wait to get started on the bizillion projects on the to-do list and with an organized garage it is so much easier to begin moving forward.
As always I love to look for inspiration through what others have transformed and here are some of the great projects I found recently…
I love this dresser makeover from Little Green Bow. I have an old beat up dresser similar to this that my son uses that is desperate need of a makeover. Her original color was bright red, you need to check out the before to really appreciate the transformation.
I’m all about coffee table makeovers right now as I think it will be my first big furniture project of the year. This one from Frills and Fun was made over with a great chevron pattern.
Tattered and Inked put new life into this old dresser with a great two-tone paint and stain treatment. Love this idea.
And, this is a super cute dresser makeover from Todd and Lindsey. Floral pattern is too cute.
Okay, I think I may have dressers on the brain. Here is another great makeover from 551 East Furniture Design. Winston (as she calls him) is awesome.
The interior of this cabinet from Turnstyle Vogue Design is so unique and beautiful.
I love the color of this desk makeover from Bridgey Widgey (great name!).
This is a great table to bench transformation from urbane jane. I love the seat cushion fabric! She includes a great tutorial on how she completed her transformation, too.
I love the idea of transforming this old, beat up wicker chest into a toy box. NorthShoreDays really breathes new life into this old chest and creates a ton of storage area in the process.
Oh, look another dresser makeover…hmmm, maybe I need to consider tackling one of my dressers before the coffee table. I love the hand painted detail on this dresser makeover from Never a Dull Day.