You know I love me a furniture makeover! Whether it is a thrifted find, vintage piece or dumpster dive treasure. Today I am sharing my favorite Ten Impressive Table Makeovers.
These are some of my own table makeovers along with a few from my blogger friends. Each one is unique with detailed tutorials.
I like to use what I have and stretch my money as far as possible. So when I came upon these table makeovers, I knew I had to share them with you, too.
This garage sale find to farmhouse style coffee table was created with 6×1 pine pieces, stain and leftover paint. It was a fun project done by What Meegan Makes (ME).
The fabulous tutorial for a Repurposed Sewing Table Upcycled Into a Desk designed by Christine at the DIY Dreamer is one you don’t want to miss.
Breakfast nook furnished with thrifted furniture, including a small dining table makeover. Designed by What Meegan Makes (ME).
Wait until you see the before and after transformation of this Repurposed Rolling Kitchen Cart from Marty’s Musings.
A Trash to Treasure Desk Makeover styled and designed by Serretta Style. The before was quite a mess. Now it’s pretty enough for her office.
I love the fresh look on this end table makeover done with milk paint and stain from The Frugal Homemaker.
At Home with Kippi has a simple tutorial for chalk painting furniture.
Stephanie from with Abbotts At Home has a lovely post for a DIY Night Stand Makeover using Demo Day Paint Color.
Lovin’ the two toned nightstand update with a fresh look from Serretta Style.
From an $8 thrift store find to a boho chic table with homemade chalky paint from What Meegan Makes. (ME)
So what do you think? Are you inspired to use what you have for a fresh look in your living room, bedroom, patio, or office?
Thanks for joining me as I shared these Ten Impressive Table Makeovers.
Make it a lovely day!
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Love all the table inspiration this is perfect since I have a table I need some ideas to redo! Pinned
Michelle Leslie says
I’m most definitely inspired. Isn’t it wonderful how a bit of paint and elbow grease can give new life to something that’s used to be boring. Your coffee table makeover is stunning BTW