Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Thrift Store Bench Makeover



While visiting my favorite thrift store I came across this little bench.  I wasn't quite sure where I would place it, but for 7.99 I figured "what the heck"!  After a little primer, paint, and distressing I have a new piece of furniture.  I was able to use leftover paint from a previous project and the fabric for the seat was leftover from kitchen curtains I made.  I smile every time I walk by my new bench!

9 comments:

  1. Hey, this is great! You should put it up on some link parties if you want to get it 'out there'. I've got a good list on my side bar if you want some clues of were to go!

    The CSI project is doing a Turquoise special link party at the moment that this could go in.

    Just thought I'd let you know. Feel free to ignore!!

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  2. thank-you for the heads up! i have no idea how this blog stuff works! i can't seem to make my page right! thanks for following! hopefully i'll get it together soon!

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  3. Hi Brandi - What a great find! I would have taken it for $7.99 too! Love your "after".

    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. I'm glad you liked my lamp redo tutorial - I hope it's helpful!
    Alissa

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  4. Cute! I almost purchased something similar the other day but couldn't for the life of me think where to put it! :)

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  5. Girl! I am a fool for any bench! Yours turned out fabulous!! I never know where to put them, but I collect them anyway ;)
    PS. LOVE the blog name!

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  6. HUGE difference! Great work, my friend. Hey, you changed your blog name...what happened to my ugly house?

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  7. I just bought a piano bench, in need of a re-do. Thanks so much for sharing your great transformation, it is just the push I need to work on mine.
    Jeanette

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  8. Thank you for sharing. I love the bench I think I will try that too. I remember I recovered my chairs i needed new ideas.

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