Thursday, September 24, 2015

Every Girl Link-Up || Home DIY


I so look forward to Astleigh's and my Every Girl Link-Up Thursdays! They challenge me to create something pretty, something worth sharing with all of you! Last week, I saw that our link-up "Home DIY" was coming up, so Steve and I quickly brainstormed a project to accomplish. We are ALL about DIY in this house. It's all that works with our budget. Plus, we love putting the work in and feeling that sense of pride when it's done!

Steve found this little sewing table a few weeks ago on the street. It was pretty scratched on the top, it was missing a knob, and part of the mechanisms needed to hold a sewing machine are missing. We decided that it would make the perfect little table for the entryway of our house! We haven't done a thing to decorate our hallway and staircase there, and I thought it was time to add a piece of furniture and some decor to the space.


Here is the pretty little table before we touched it.



Steve sanded it down enough to take the sheen off and rough up the surface a little bit. Someday he may fit a board into the space left by the missing sewing machine so that we could have it open.



We had leftover white paint from our fireplace, and the table took two coats.


And here it is in its new spot!


We found aged bronze knobs and a cabinet pull at Lowe's to replace the previous hardware. (Square knobs are here. Pull is here.)



I added a pumpkin from our garden, an apple-scented candle, and a little glass pumpkin for a seasonal touch. My goal is to not let it become cluttered :)


The little white table is so perfect for our entryway! Steve has another dumpster furniture find that I'll have to share in the coming weeks :)


If you've got a Home-DIY post to share today, grab our graphic below and link up!

And remember that October 8th, Astleigh and I will be sharing our Halloween Touches around our homes. Join us!






6 comments:

  1. What a great project! It is always fun to see how something so simple makes a space look so much more complete. Love your pumpkin too!

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  2. What a fantastic find and transformation!!!

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  3. I love that the pumpkin came from your garden! The table turned out lovely!

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  4. I love this DIY restoration! The table looks fabulous!

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  5. Great job on the restoration! LOVE the basketweave panel detail on the drawers... Can't wait to see your next restoration!

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  6. I didn't even notice the pattern on the drawers until I saw what it originally looked like! Such a pretty piece! And I love that the pumpkin is from your garden:)

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