my inbox was overflowing with fun before & afters this week so i’m kicking things off early today with two great furniture projects. first up is jelena, who rehabs furniture to sell on her etsy shop poppyseed living. the small dresser above (named “hazel”) was cleaned up and finished with anthropologie knobs to give the piece new life. now it’s headed to a new owner’s home in new york, saved from an untimely curbside death. jelena’s second piece (below) was another found piece that was cleaned up and refinished to allow some of the original wood grain to show through. you can see more of jelena’s furniture makeovers right here on etsy– thanks, jelena!
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CLICK HERE for Eleanor’s chair makeover after the jump!
next up is eleanor, who rehabbed this midcentury chair by changing the upholstery and cleaning up the frame. eleanor created a patchwork bird pattern with fabric and gave the seat a whole new look- the chairs were even shown in a local exhibition in glasgow! click here to see more of eleanor’s work online. thanks for sharing, eleanor!