Can you use a larger jewelry box that is also a vanity? Then meet “Jules,” a stylish jewelry armoire vanity. Talk about storage!
I’ve always wanted to create a “Family Established & the Year” sign. Do you know the ones I’m talking about? After finding this cool old wooden tray at the thrift store, I decided to create a colorful family tray.
Potatoes enjoy being stored in a dry, dark place. But they are also easily forgotten until you later find them in the back of the pantry growing the latest science experiment.
When I spotted this really old vegetable bin, I
quickly grabbed slowly lugged it back to the car. It became my next makeover.
This old wooden rack and towel holder was in search of a new lease on life. So that’s exactly what it got! Meet “CAKESHOP 1988,” my new utensil and towel rack.
Isn’t this a gem? Maybe not yet, but it does have great potential. Yes, I saw this cart’s future, and it was good. Except for the rust and dirt, the cart was in good shape and has two handles, one on each side–that’s a plus. Let’s see what a little scrubbing, painting and stenciling can do!
Do you agree these vintage nesting canisters are a throwback to the 70’s? Picked up for $5, I knew they screamed for a makeover.
Our monthly local vintage flea market is only a 15-minute drive from home. Vendors line the aisles with wonderful “trash to treasures.” A few months ago, I bought these two lap trays, with the short metal foldout legs. We used trays like this when we were kids when we were sick and got to eat in bed.
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