Welcome to another Friday’s Furniture Fix! I hope you all had fantastic week. I spent a lot of time this week digging in the dirt–hopefully here in a few weeks I will have some vegetables to show for my hard work. I’m keeping my fingers crossed (right next to my black thumb!)

 

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In case you’re new to the link party scene, here is how this show works.  Each of the 5 co-hosts will pick their favorite link each week and those will be featured along with the coveted “Most-Clicked” Link at the next week’s party.

Let’s take a look at this week’s features!

Suzanne’s pick is this gorgeous X base accent table by Anika from Little Free Monkeys. It was actually built from scratch! And you can get free plans to build your own on her post.

 

 

This week, Susie picked this piece from Kandice of Just The Woods. It’s a very cool mix of farmhouse and industrial don’t you think?

 

 

Nancy’s pick is this pretty Cabinet Makeover in Robins Egg Blue, by Cindy at DIY Beautify. I love how Cindy lightened up this heavy piece with a fresh, light blue. It’s now a fresh and stylish part of her room.

 

 

This week Lucy picked this super creative Tardis cabinet by Patricia of The Wood Spa. I am a big Dr. Who fan, so I was totally enthralled with this cabinet! You have to read the post to see how she created all the unique parts of this piece.

 

 

My pick this week is the MCM set shared by my friend Ann Marie at Iris Abbey. It was a huge Craigslist score to find this entire original Kent Coffey bedroom set in its original state!

 

 

The most clicked link of the week goes to this super fun Volkswagen dresser by Her Shabby Chateau. Wouldn’t this look awesome in a kids room? Go check out the rest of her work on Facebook!

 

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Thanks again to all of you who participated in this week’s Friday’s Furniture Fix!
We can’t wait to see what you will have for us this time around!
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1. This is a furniture link party. Please only link up if your post has something to do with making a piece of furniture look great.
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