I have 11 Amazing Furniture Transformations coming your way today! Each week I host a Tutorials & Tips link party where bloggers share their best projects, and I choose a few of my favorites to share with you. I hope these 11 amazing furniture transformations inspire you to rescue an old piece of furniture and give it new life! Click on the blue links to be taken to the original tutorials.
Source: Her Tool Belt
Amy needed a narrow piece of furniture for her entryway and couldn’t find a piece that fit her needs. What’s a DIY’er to do? Build her own, of course! In case you’d like to make one for yourself, Amy offers her free plans for this piece here.
Source: Farmhouse Chic Blog
The IKEA Rast dresser is incredibly popular among bloggers because it is inexpensive, real wood, and begging to be customized! Fotini gave her dresser some farmhouse charm by layering stain and paint. Click here for the full tutorial.
Source: Creatively Living
This second-hand find was in a sad state of disrepair when Katie received it from her mother-in-law. In addition to painting the desk, Katie added new legs and came up with a creative solution to add stability to the piece. See the full transformation here.
This is a classic example of how paint can transform a drab piece of furniture into a custom conversation piece. Click the link to find out what she used to create the gray geometric detail!
Not all furniture has to be painted! Restoring a piece of furniture to it’s original state is a true labor of love. 🙂 You can see the full transformation here.
Source: Little Free Monkeys
Yellow and gray is such a classic combination! Anika did a great job with this DIY nightstand. Free building plans here.
Source: Finding Silver Pennies
The before and after transformation of this cabinet is beautiful and unique. If you love the chippy farmhouse look, you will enjoy this tutorial.
Source: Sylvia Cook Inspirations
Lots of detail went into this project! These vanities are often handed down from generation to generation, and sometimes we feel obligated to keep them in the original finish. I firmly believe in making furniture your own if that makes you happy. Fantastic job on this makeover!
Source: Grandma’s House DIY
What a unique idea for a kitchen island!
Source: Little Free Monkeys
Older furniture can sometimes need repairs before painting can even begin, and that is exactly what Anika ran into with this antique high chair. She did a great job with this project!
Source: Home Stories A to Z
Full tutorial on How to Paint a Vintage Buffet found here, and YES, there was some sanding involved! I promise it’s not difficult, and it really does makes a HUGE difference! You can do it! 🙂
If you are looking for more tips on how to paint furniture, you might enjoy this post which includes a video.
If you want to know how to flawlessly spray paint furniture, check out this post.