Happy Friday everyone! How was your week? This past week seemed to go by especially fast. My youngest had his 4th birthday and my mom came in town to visit, so we had lots going on!
But it’s time now for another Friday’s Furniture Fix!
Last week we had a fantastic party! Lots of new painters linking up, and lots of beautiful projects to look through. Thank you sooooo much to everyone who joined in, and please remember to visit other projects after you link up to spread the linky love.
Be sure to note that the party has moved back to opening on Thursday nights an 9 pm CST. We wanted to give a little more time for everyone to get their great makeovers in before the weekend rush comes.
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First up this week is Nancy’s pick, from Cheryl at Ruffles and Rifles. Cheryl turned a small, beside table into a tufted ottoman, and shares a full, step-by-step walk through in her post. As someone who does not get along well with fabric, I am in awe of this project!
Suzanne picked a madeover Hendredon Campaign-Style dresser, submitted by Kayla at Painted. Kayla worked extra hard to bring this piece back to life by filling in all the dents and scratches and spraying on a high-gloss, white finish. I think you will agree this piece is stunning!
Kayla was one of the new artists to link up this week, and we are so glad she came! In fact, another one of her pieces is Suzie’s feature pick. This Minty Fresh Dresser has a brand new, glossy finish and would be the star of any room.
This week Lucy’s pick is this fantastic DIY Craft Table, built by Leslie at Paper Daisy Designs. Leslie added industrial rollers to the table so she could move it easily around her space. Check out her post for complete plans on how she made this table and how you can make your own!
Lastly, my pick this week is this madeover Waterfall style dresser from Art is Beauty. This dresser was a ton of work! Reparied veneer, new stain, stencil design . . . But don’t you think it was worth it? I love the two-toned wood and stencil on the drawers, this is just a really special piece.
The most clicked link this week comes from Lindsay at My Creative Days. She makes over an oak dresser with Fusion’s Lily Pond, a beautiful, soft green, and adds some heavy distressing to really give it that farmhouse look. Check out Lindsay’s post to see all of her distressing tips!
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