Well, her insides were stunning, but her outsides were scratched, gouged, and chipping veneer like none other - but PERFECT for this look! I painter her up and added some old vintage postcards framed with some burlap bits. It took some time- but she was good to go right after that!
This was created out of a need for storage and a table in a skinny hallway. The top is great to use as a table top with seasonal storage inside. Hideaway those mitts, scarves and hats during the winter months without worrying about mice getting into storage boxes in the attic!
Added to 25 ideabooks Last comment "Cat bed from old endtable"
A lovely 4 post bed for those super spoiled kitties! We took an old oak end table, flipped it, added some feet to the bottom, some cute toppers to the upside down legs, and of course a nice golden pillow to perch on! The other pillow we had was wrecked, so we took the fringe off the sides and added it to the bottom of the bed for a nice dust ruffle effect :)
We were called to pick through some old barn debris to help clean the area up and use what could be to avoid sending it to the dump. We found parts of chairs all over the place and thought we just HAD to use them! So I put this baby together and she sits proudly in the gardens!~
— like repurposing an old ladder as bookshelves — to create a powerful recipe for hip decor. "My decorating style is one that adheres to utility," Wade says. "I don't like clutter, and I don't like things to be there without a real purpose."