Wow it seems like this summer is flying by! I can’t believe it. I have so many projects I want to work on this summer. Maybe you do to or maybe you need some inspiration. This week for The Crafted Collective me and the girls:Kirsten of Sweet Tea and Saving Grace, Bethany of Pitter and Glink and Kara of Happy Go Lucky are sharing some gorgeous furniture makeovers. It is amazing what a coat of paint and some other neat touches will do to something old!
A bold china cabinet makeover helps china to stand out like this beautiful green cabinet from Dimples and Tangles.
Add some lightness to a room by making over a kitchen table in a white color and bright cushions like this makeover from Oh So Delicioso.
I love the look of an older victorian sofa, but they are so fun when made over like this one at Southern Living.
I want this beautiful headboard for my bedroom, check out the details by Sincerely Sara D.
A vanity makeover can be a great way to add a pop of color to a room, like this green one from Little Yellow Couch.
I love this cool tutorial, you can change out the top with different colors. See all the different tops at In My Own Style.
A mid-century modern is always good for a great makeover like this one from The Weathered Door.
For a different look add a pattern to a dresser like this beautiful one at Colour Saturated Life.
Add color, pattern and ombre for a fun desk makeover by My Sister’s Suitcase.
There are lots of great ways to add patterns to a furniture makeover. Lolly Jane used a stamp to add the antler pattern to this bookcase.
When making over furniture you can create hybrids like this dresser and bookcase combo at Thistlewood Farm.
Love how this subway themed dresser turned out from Lindauer Designs.
I love a good gold project. This looks like an easy and chic way to makeover barstools at Rain on a Tin Roof.
This is a fun repurpose for a child from One Krieger Chick.
And because I love green, this last chair is beautiful from Rain on a Tin Roof.
Check out the other projects below:
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