Some people equate home makeovers with repainting an entire house, getting new curtains, or throwing out every single old furniture. Nothing is exactly wrong with that, but why be the cast in an exhausting renovation spree when you can easily upgrade the look of your home with one timeless piece? Revamp your old furniture (or ready-to-assemble ones) with the help of a trusty painting service or choose to do it yourself. It’s time to give the broken dresser you got from the garage sale a makeover! C’mon, you know it has been sitting on your own garage for quite some time now.

Here are seven beautiful makeovers to help inspire your home revamp:

1. Antique Chest by Susan at Saw Nail and Paint

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A broken antique chest covered with cherry stain and varnish turned into a vintage coastal blue dresser. Place it atop a carpet with the same blue shade for a deep nautical touch, or in front of a neutral background to let it stand out.

2. Vintage Writing Table by Brenda Young at Unique Junktique

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A brown rustic table turned into a farmhouse darling. Use it as a bedside table or as a shelf for your favorite stationery.

3. Drum Table by Karri at the Blue Ribbon Kitchen

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A thrift store rescue transformed into a classic drum table painted with clean white paint and finished with an antique brown glaze.

4. Vintage Floral Ladder by Bev at Flamingo Toes

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A creative concept that uses floral napkins. Play around with colors to have a burst of joy inside your home.

5. Suitcase Dresser by Jen at Girl in the Garage

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A plain IKEA chest upgraded into a dresser that travels back in time.

6. Cube Storage by Taryn at Design, Dining and Diapers

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A basic cube organizer stepped up with weathering techniques. First, it is stained with a beautiful dark walnut shade, then dry brushed with a combination of white and grey tones.

7. Blue Bird Dresser by Rachel at Shades of Blue Interiors

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An antique dresser transformed into a beautiful hand painted craft. The light blue shade is achieved by mixing shades of Provence, White, and Duck Egg, while the birds are first drawn with chalk before painting them white.


Find one that suits your taste? Call us today and feel free to share your ideas with us! The great thing about makeovers is you can always customize them according to your personal preference. If you don’t have the time to revamp your old furniture, we’ll be more than happy to give you a hand.