I’m not quite done sharing pictures from my vacation shopping trip that ended at Beach House Chic. If you missed yesterday’s post, click here to see more.
Stop. The. World. She took two sets of bi-fold doors, attached a wooden shelf with wood supports and created a bar height counter. I don’t need a bar in my house, but if I didn’t have a fireplace, I would totally do this to create a mantle-like focal point in my family room. You could put more shelving or even a buffet underneath.
And how about this greenhouse made from old window panes?
I would love some of these hand tool candle holder thingies for my back porch.
Seriously! Look how cute they are!
And really. How beautiful is this river rock table runner? Just gorgeous!
This last picture came from “The Coop” where most of the rehab work for Beach House Chic was done. I told you yesterday that Diane is a master thrifter. She races her way through garage sales, flea markets and thrift stores every weekend looking for pieces that can be made beautiful with a few repairs and a coat of paint.
I nearly fell over laughing when I saw this glorious pile of chairs waiting to be rehabbed. This stack had to be 15-20 feet tall. Diane called it Chair Jenga and swore that she knew exactly what was in there and how to find it. Hilarious, no?
More furniture rehab inspiration:
Painting the pine armoire ~ Nesting Place
1970’s china cabinet makeover ~ Life in the Fun Lane
Cabinet makeover with a pop of color ~ Scatter Sunshine
Adorable vanity bench makeover ~ our daily chocolate