Favorite Projects

In my last post, I talked about how transforming pieces for our home is more than a hobby for me, it’s a reminder of my calling to see lives changed with the Gospel. I also feel that have have a calling to be good stewards of what God has given us; we should steward our time and money well.

I love looking at Pinterest and through magazines for home ideas, but I can’t bring myself to pay store prices! This week, I am going to show pictures of some of my favorite transformed pieces that did not take much time or money to create.

Chest of Drawers
Found: Justin’s family
Cost: Freebie
Cost to Refurbish: $10 (paint)
Time: 2 hours

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End Table
Found: Flea market
Cost: $1
Cost to Refurbish: $10 (leftover paint, new shade)
Time: 1 hour

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Vintage Folding Chairs
Found: Flea market
Cost: $30
Cost to Refurbish: $20 (fabric)
Time: 1 hour

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Office Desk
Found: Habitat for Humanity
Cost: $5
Cost to Refurbish: $5 (leftover paint, sealant)
Time: 3 hours

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Craft Storage
Found: Yard sale
Cost: $10
Cost to Refurbish: $6 (paint, leftover chalk stickers)
Time: 2 hours

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Entryway Table
Found: Beside dumpster
Cost: Freebie
Cost to Refurbish: $3 (paint)
Time: 1 hour

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Side Table
Found: Flea market
Cost: $1
Cost to Refurbish: $0 (leftover paint)
Time: 1 hour

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Original Craft Storage/Media Center
Found: Goodwill
Cost: $35
Cost to Refurbish: $15 (paint, wood)
Time: 3 hours

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