Life at the Cottage

Re-purpose Gallery

New look for an outdated table www.lifeatthecottage.com

An outdated table gets a new look with chalk paint and wax. http://www.lifeatthecottage.com

Up-cycled bed foot board. www.lifeatthecottage.com

Up-cycled bed foot board to coat rack. http://www.lifeatthecottage.com

A coffee table up-cycled to an upholstered bench. www.lifeatthecottage.com

A coffee table up-cycled to an upholstered bench. http://www.lifeatthecottage.com

A thrift store lamp painted and given a makeover. www.lifeatthecottage.com

A thrift store lamp painted and given a makeover. http://www.lifeatthecottage.com

A thrift store frame after a makeover. www.lifeatthecottage.com

A thrift store frame after a makeover. http://www.lifeatthecottage.com

Coat Rack from bed foot board www.lifeatthecottage.com

Colorful coat rack made with old bed foot board at http://www.lifeatthecottage.com

Madeover Frames www.lifeatthecottage.com

Thrift store frames after painting and distressing. Rhinestone jewelry to finish. http://www.lifeatthecottage.com

www.lifeatthecottage.com Tray table painted and stenciled

Tray table painted with chalk paint http://www.lifeatthecottage.com

towel rack from twin foot board www.lifeatthecottage.com

Twin bed foot board now a towel rack

Up-cycled garden light www.lifeatthecottage.com

Up-cycled wire fencing and insulators to garden light. http://www.lifeatthecottage.com

A tray table painted with chalk paint and stenciled.  www.lifeatthecottage.com

A tray table painted with chalk paint and stenciled.
http://www.lifeatthecottage.com

Raised garden beds from garage door panels www.lifeatthecottage.com

Garage door panels are used to create new raised garden beds. http://www.lifeatthecottage.com

A large glass water bottle made into a lamp. www.lifeatthecottage.com

A large glass water bottle made into a lamp. http://www.lifeatthecottage.com

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