Friday's Furniture Fix Furniture Makeovers

Welcome to Friday’s Furniture Fix #53

Black coffee table with mahogany top via FFF from A Junk Chick Life |

Hello and Happy Friday,

Are you ready for some fun furniture fixes?  The sneak peek this week is an amazing coffee table that was beyond a total disaster.

If it was a hurricane, it’d be a Category 5.

If it was a tornado, it’d be an F5.

If it was a fire, it’d be a slammin’  5-alarmer.

What I’m saying, Friends, is that it was the worst kind of disaster.  But oh my, look at it now.

Black coffee table with mahogany top via FFF from A Junk Chick Life |

But first…
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Susie from The Chelsea Project
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Lucy from Patina Paradise

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And now……..


If ever you thought a piece of furniture was too far gone, Paige at A Junk Chick Life, will change your mind. The gouges in the top of this table were some of the worst I’d ever seen. The restoration story will bless your heart.

Black coffee table with mahogany top via FFF from A Junk Chick Life |

Then you’ll want to stop by Anika’s DIY Life and see how a plain IKEA chest got this amazing updo.  Anika added wood to provide weight and dimension and fabric to the drawer fronts. Then she shares a little secret for doing a quick change of color on the hardware.

Fabric panelled tarva dresser makeover via FFF from Anika's DIY Life |

Moving on to one of the High Gloss Girls, a loving nickname I have for about 3 of our sweet blogger contributors. is this amazing peach chest that is lined with wallpaper.  Notice, too, the lucite rod with brass hardware. Kayla of Painted is known for her perfect high gloss finishes and exquisite attention to detail. The photos on her blog really show off the finish. 

Peach chest with bird wallpaper inside via FFF from Painted |

And the last feature this week is this lovely chest makeover by Carol from The Red Painted Cottage. The soft white bottom is the perfect color to enhance the planked top.  But the real surprise here is that Carol planked the top of the chest herself. Yep. And she has a post to tell you all about how she did it.

White chest with a planked top via FFF from Red Painted Cottage |

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We can’t wait to see what you will have for us this time around.
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  • Reply The Red Painted Cottage August 27, 2016 at 10:30 am

    Thank you for the feature, Susie! Enjoy the rest of your weekend. 🙂

  • Reply misstoni65 August 29, 2016 at 3:22 pm

    Wow, all those features are beautiful…now 🙂 Thanks for hosting such a great party!

    • Reply theChelseaProject September 7, 2016 at 3:25 am

      Thanks Toni.

  • Reply Sam @ Raggedy Bits September 5, 2016 at 2:18 am

    Thank you for the party, Susie! Hope you’re having a wonderful weekend 🙂

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