Friday, May 15, 2015

Repurpose or Recycle: DIY

painting old furniture diy
With a little elbow grease, sander, and some paint, a piece of old furniture can be given new life. 

painting old furniture diy before
This is what the piece I thrifted looked like before. After lightly sanding, I painted and sealed it.

painting old furniture diy
I originally shared this diy here. You can read it there to get all the details.

one more pic of this beauty

diy before
Just because a piece looks like this doesn't mean 

painting old furniture diy
it can't become this! I gave this one a heavy sanding, primed and painted, added some legs and voila! It's reborn! I hope you've been inspired for your next diy. Have a lovely weekend everyone! xx

8 comments :

  1. These look great, Stacey! I love to see old furniture given new life!

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  2. These look great, Stacey! I love to see old furniture given new life!

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  3. Awesome, Stacey! With just a little imagination and some work, even dated and tired pieces can become fresh and stylish. I love repurposing and recycling - friendly on the environment and my budget :)

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  4. The transformations are amazing. Love that green!

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  5. You did such a superb job (oh and love the colors!) I wish I could find some great pieces to repaint and redo!

    xoxo,
    little luxury list formerly Chic 'n Cheap Living

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  6. I enjoyed reading your article. Please make more interesting topics like this on.
    I'll come back for more :)

    From Japs a researcher from Kings Great Buys

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