Amazing Furniture Makeovers

Don’t throw out that old piece of furniture just yet! Let these DIY makeovers inspire you to breathe new life into your hand-me-down/thrift-store find.

Updated on June 06, 2017 0:06 am

Camille Besinga

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TV tray turned trendy acrylic table

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With the help of materials bought from the crafts store, Diane of In My Style blog spruced up this ordinary TV tray into a stunning acrylic table with gold legs and decorative corners.

Old art deco bureau turned vintage-romantic bureau

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Miss Mustard Seed used her decorative painting skills into reviving an old Art Deco-style bureau into this charming vintage-romantic piece—perfect in any country or shabby-chic home.

Basic (but dilapidated) table turned industrial-chic concrete tabletop

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Laying concrete over a tabletop is not as easy as it looks, but the results of the Crazy Craft Lady’s hard work pays off with a good-looking concrete tabletop.

Thrifted chairs turned pretty colonial-style seats

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Serena of Thrift Diving found a pair of these sad old chairs at the local thrift shop, painted them white, and changed their upholstery.

Dated drawers turned brightly colored console

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When wood-stained furnishings and hardware look old and dated, a simple repainting job will do the trick (plus updating of drawer pulls) of making a drawer console look as good as new in no time.

Turning a side table into something else entirely

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A popular '70s piece, the hexagonal side table has seen better days. By painting it a bright green colour and adding batting and pretty upholstery over it, it’s repurposed into an ottoman for the living room.

Reupholstering an old wingback

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Old leather armchairs are often loved to the point of ruin, but reupholstering it ensures its still used to years to come.

Blah work desk turned brilliant silver-leafed table

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When Virginia of Live Love DIY realised she couldn’t DIY her own mirror-plated vanity, she took a risk by silver-leafing the tabletop and drawers of this old work desk to get the look for a fraction of the cost of a new one.

Utility table turned eye-catching accent table

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Who would have thought that the beautiful blue table above used to be a common utility table? With the help of custom-cut MDF boards and paint, it’s now used as a dining-cum-accent table.

French-style vanity turned brilliant orange work desk

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Again, paint and new hardware make this often-overlooked vanity table at the thrift shop a show-stopping superstar in someone’s home office.

Cover photo courtesy of HGTV

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