With the holidays approaching, it’s fun to think of gathering loved ones for shared meals and conversations. Anticipating a full house for Thanksgiving or Christmas means that many of you are figuring out exactly where to seat all of your dinner guests. Today I’m going to share five inspiring dining table makeovers with you. I’d encourage you to check out these makeovers not just for the tips on painting and staining, but for some terrific source ideas if you are looking for a different table.
I am absolutely thrilled with how my DIY stained wood shim mirror turned out. I know there are a zillion tutorials out there for making mirrors like this. However, I think I am the only crazy one that sanded and stained 315 wood shims. That part was not for the weak of heart. Me-oh-my! But I love it, I love it, I love it and don’t regret the decision for one minute!
Jamie from C.R.A.F.T. is back sharing a simple painted table makeover. She used a little tape to create a cool design on her tabletop and create a custom piece of furniture for her entryway.
Queen Anne style furniture was first developed in the 1700s. It is characterized by curvy legs and often includes carved shell and scroll motifs. I certainly didn’t pick these pieces of furniture because of that but rather because they were free.