An old side table that had been in a family members house for over 10 years and was ready for the tip was given a new lease on life with a coat of white paint, followed by a coast of beige paint, with some sanding back to reveal the white underneath.
DIY floor length mirror. I wanted a rustic look so picked some second hand chamfer board from the timber warehouse for around $25 - it's very solid. I bought a $30 floor length mirror from Bunnings and some MDF board to use as backing then used silicone to piece it all together (with some screws to the back for the sturdy backing board. A lovely solid piece.
Toolbox makeover! At least I think it was a toolbox?! I spray painted it in white/cream then used a stencil I already had and some silver paint to do the pretty decal on top. This is now a bits and bobs storage container for me.
Another roadside find! This cute double chair was being thrown out by neighbours. It had some pieces missing which were easily replaced. I then managed to stretch out some leftover green paint I had my adding white to make it aqua. I love the end result!
This old phone table was a $30 Gumtree find. I reupholstered it, pulling off the felt and putting some heshian down, then painted it with some leftover green paint I had, then sanded it back to give it the shabby look.
This old cupboard was a roadside find. It came with hanging rail and drawers inside and was in great condition. I did a coat of white chalk paint, put a decal on the front, replaced the handle on the front and put some shelving inside to make it a shoe cabinet.
Another freebie - an old window frame from a house my brother was renovating, which I made into a feature table. It's strong enough to put coffee cups/plates on top - the table itself was made out of cheap wood from bunnings.