Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Flea Market Makeovers

I have a few flea market and thrift store makeovers in process right now but I wanted to share a few of my favorite thrift shop makeovers.  I get so inspired when I see other people turn "junk" into beautifulness (is that even a word?)  

Footboard turned message board via centsational girl.

Tacky brass table turned spa solution via centsational girl.

Boring chair to brilliant chair via back garage.

Funky and chic table via much to do with nothing.


amazing after:

Blah and dated dresser turned retro chic via savvy housekeeping

Do you have any thrift store find makeovers?  I can't wait to post mine when I get them done!



jenn said...

oooohh love this post :o)

giving me some great ideas :o)

Centsational Girl said...

Oh, how lovely to be featured, thank you so much ! And what amazing company !



Kelly @ Much To Do With Nothing said...

Hi there!
Thanks for coming by to let me know. How fun to be featured. I love all of the other makeovers.
Thank you so much!

Jessica said...

Love these and I got my teacup!LOVE IT!!!!!! Thanks so much! Im going to do a post about it soon! Yay!

Amanda @ Serenity Now said...

I LOVE thrift store makeovers!! Kate's are usually my favorites--she has such great style. :) My best one was an $8 glass top metal table that I spray painted white, frosted the top, and made a muslin skirt for. :)

Kristan said...

My husband is the maintenance supervisor at the local mall here and he brings home stuff/junk all the time from the trash more or less. I have a wooden step ladder I have turned into a book shelf. I have two ugly stools I am fixing to recover and paint and put with my swing outside (which I am about to recover (with my moms help in the sewing dept!). I can't wait till they get rid of all of their black metal food court chairs. I am going to paint those and turn them into cute garden chairs and give them in pairs as gifts. I just wish I had more time.

Catherine Anne said...

Im inlove with it all. Going out to look for a dresser today. This post makes me even more happy about it!