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Happy (yet another day of) winter! Doesn’t it feel like such a long haul during January / February? I’m always secretly hoping for a sunny day here and there so at least I have the ability to bundle up and bike a few trails just to get my outdoors in.
However my main focus this past week was all about making a recent furniture shuffle work! And the result?
DIY coffee table from an antique dresser
I’m SO stoked to have a brand new-old vintage dresser turned coffee table, which was a serious upgrade from what I was using! I brought this piece home about 2 years ago and just found it too short to use for most spaces. I was about to get rid of it when I shoved it into the living room and came to a halt with this idea!
Thank goodness for looong stairways that make you rest in the living room as a pit stop, right?!
This post also shares 2 other new repurposed projects, as well as an entire winter living room tour along with a video! Lookit me go…
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Anyway, thrilled I got one step closer to loosening up more overstuffed corners and got a prettier home out of it as well.
And now I’m totally stoked to share what others have also been up to this past week with these gorgeous upcycled project features from last week’s party…
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DIY fabric book covers
If you love books but would like to give them a decadent texture with a side of industrial, you must check out these incredible linen book covers with metal number tags! Love the neutral vibe and their nubby texture is perfect if you prefer your decor with a rustic twist! Check out this amazing tutorial for every detail!
Decoupage and stenciled wooden book
At first glance, could you have guessed this book was wood?! Well, it sure is and boy does this decoupaged wooden book cover give me all sorts of ideas on what my own book would look like! Check out what to find to get started or build one from scratch with these unique decorating ideas for it!
DIY bookshelf with a book and shelf!
Have a book and a little corner shelf? Then you have the right supplies to whip up this super creative bookshelf…. literally! My goodness this can take on SO many custom directions! Could you imagine a weather-worn map book or music book with
DIY painted quilt pattern on an IKEA cubby
Nothing paints up better than a great IKEA hack, am I right? And such is the case with this gorgeous farmhouse quilt pattern on an IKEA cubby! Oh this is one decadent look that is easily done with… a piece of paper. Yup! Check out this tutorial to see how to get this look on anything desired!
DIY floor pouf made with a tapestry carpet
Who wouldn’t love a big, giant pouf to pounce on while watching TV? Well, here’s how you can make your own with none other than a tapestry carpet! Or out of whatever you want! Love the vintage vibe this one wears and boy would this be tough enough for curious cats! This tutorial spells out every detail.
DIY crate filing cabinet shelves
If you need a little extra shelving, allow 4 crates to do all the heavy lifting (literally) for you! Love a partial build because it’s already half way done! Love the woodsy look as well! Which way would you use it? Easy tutorial anyone could follow!
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What did you upcycle lately? Link up below!
1.Upcycled, repurposed DIY home decor projects only please. No food nor new crafts.
2. Projects must be your own work in tutorial form.
3. Only projects NEW to this link party please.
4. By linking up here, you’re cool with me featuring you on my blog, Pinterest, Twitter, FJI Facebook with a link back to you, or its own new LINK WIDGET with no additional permission required.
5. Would love for you to share the first gallery picture. Thank-you!