Trash to Treasure

OH! I love me some trash to treasures!! We almost hit 90 link ups last week and that makes me sooo happy!! :) I actually think that THIS WEEK is probably one of my most favorite weeks yet of trash to treasures! I had a very hard time choosing just a few. All of your linkups were amazing!
Homeroad used old wood and boards to make cute signs ALL around her house. Check out her blog for tons of great ideas!
A Turtle's Life for Me bought some pieces at the thrift store and put them together to make these gorgeous pedestal bowls.
The Frosted Gardner made over this Clarissa dresser into an antique dry sink. It's gorgeous!!
House Revivals took an old pair of pants and made over a lampshade! I LOVE those burlap flowers too!!
Johnny in a Dress found old metal canisters at a thrift store and transformed them into these darling containers for her sugar and flour! I'm lovin' the colors!

The Polka Dot Umbrella got an old trunk for FREE in her in-laws basement, painted it white and added some stencil work. It's adorable!
DIY By Design used an old Christmas tree stand to make this darling little ottoman.
Elizabeth and Co. found a piece that she called "The Brown Blob". She gave it a paint job, cleaned up the hinges, and now, it's a cute little white shabby chic cabinet!
House to Your Home found a {disgusting} nightstand at an auction. She brought it home and fixed it up... now she calls this piece "simply white". I LOVE it!!
I LOVE them all!! Now, let's see what you've been working on this week!


Natalie said...

Thanks SO much for featuring my pedestal bowls! And I love those other features! Some I already have bookmarked and the rest I'm going to go check out now! Have a fabulous night!

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

Thanks so much Marni for featuring The Horrible Brown Blob! And thanks so much for hosting! Love seeing all the trash to treasure transformations!

Susan @ homeroad.net said...

Thanks Marni for featuring me! I put your (my) button on my sidebar! Have a good day.

The Frosted Gardner said...

Wahoo! Thanks Marni for featuring our antique dry sink. What a pleasure to hop over here and see it on your inspirational blog. Thanks for everything!

Judy said...

Thank you so much for featuring my ottoman. I really appreciate it. You made my day. I've grabbed an "I've been featured" button. Thanks again!