So many times you pass up old furniture, don’t you. Well after you see what I bought, you may change your mind on how you view those ugly old relics.
This is in the back isle of my local thrift store. Can you guess which one I bought?
I purchased this one for a whopping $15. Ugly I know, and to think these pieces were popular many years ago (ahem, around when I was a wee little one!)
I patched up a few places and cut a big hole in the top.
I gathered up a few new supplies.
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I added a back to it from a piece of wood that was leftover from this Headboard Bench Makeover Project.
Can you guess what it is yet?
I am thrilled that a child will have a ball with their playful imagination.
The back is just as frilly as the front!
Damask fabric skirt and napkins refashioned from a Goodwill $1.99 bedskirt.
Paint: Annie Sloan Duck Egg Blue and Minwax Polycrylic Sealer
Yum! Cookies for everyone!
Plenty to share – I hope you enjoyed this little makeover as much as loved sharing it with you!
Here are some links to some of the makeover items used, for your convenience…
I’d love to hear what you think! Do you have a child in mind that would love their very own Play Kitchen?
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Hope you are having a great week so far!
12 thoughts on “Ugly Old EndTable Upcycle”
So adorable Tami! I'll never look at a 70's end table the same way again. Pinned to share
Wow…you did an amazing job! So precious!! My grandbaby would love that!!
This is so cute. There is some lucky child who is going to have so much fun.
This is so cute! Some child is going to love playing with this.
This play kitchen is cuter than my kitchen! lol Very chic!
This is a great idea and so much better than the press wood or plastic ones they have at the stores. Great job Tami!
Wow! Now that is a creative mind at work! I would NEVER have thought of doing that – F A N T A S T I C!!! AND SO ORIGINAL 🙂
So clever and CUTE. Love everything about it! Thanks for sharing!
Tami this is super cute and I'd love to feature this on DIYFM! Let me know if that's okay. 🙂