Got a pair of these end tables, circa 1966. Sanded, primed, and painted them.
Is it me or do you see a double smiley face on these?
The husband questioned my judgement when I got these home (something about what 1960's trailer park they came out of - he's lots of fun like that!) and I must admit I had some doubts myself but...
I think they turned out pretty cute, and maybe a little Swedish in feel.
I actually found two of these stools at two different times from two different places and they are identical. The seat cushion comes off and there's a bit of storage underneath.
And now the Mother of my furniture makeover post. I bought this sideboard from craigslist. I specifically asked the owner if the wood was in good shape and she assured me it was, but after I made the 30-minute drive over there, I found that the wood veneer had "let go" in several places and was separating from the wood beneath. After haggling with her some more (I am so my mother's daughter) I got it at a price that made it worth the extra trouble. I had to removed the wood veneer from the top and one of the doors. I did not get a before picture, I just didn't remember to take one until the project was underway. so here are some "durings".
Can you tell the top has been removed? It took lots of scraping and sanding.
And thankfully, after..
This one makes my heart happy!
Linking up to Metamorphosis Monday. Click on the butterfly image below and check out lots of before and afters!
I love Mondays! A whole week of possibilities! Hope yours is a great one!!
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