And it’s all about doing small Diy projects you have pending around the house during the weekend. This week we bring you two upcycled projects: woven-back chair and vintage table. Very good guides to improve the look of those second hand finds or those handouts you get from friends or family.
The last links are about salvage wood and its uses around in recycling projects around your house: a very original kitchen splashbak and factory cart coffee table.
Woven-back chair makeover | Design*Sponge
When you look at the before photos you certainly don’t believe that is the same chair you have above. The project is very well planned and the results as you can see are stunning. And the most incredible thing is how they spent in the makeover.
How to Refinish a Table in 1 Hour!
Either you receive a table in need of refinishing or the table has become a little damage and needs some refinishing. Whatever the situation, after a few years you are going to need to do something to your furniture to keep it looking great. And some pieces of furniture definitely have the quality to deserve it.
If that is your situation this is your tutorial. Quick, easy, full of photographs and everything you need.
Reclaimed wood kitchen backsplash
Certainly some people have a great eye for reusing and upcycling things. This project shows how you recycle and at the same time get a designer look in your kitchen.
Salvaged Wood Turned Rustic Coffee Table
Wood from an old fence gets transformed into a a fantastic coffee table. Recycling has never looked so stylish and great.
Have you done any DIY or any projects like this or similar before? Let us know in the comments.