Quick Thrift Store Shelf Makeover

4:30:00 AM

A quick makeover for a typical 70's thrift store find today...

Thrift store makeover @ homeroad.net
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I gave this dated shelf a couple of coats of a chalky paint and then distressed the edges.

Thrift store makeover @ homeroad.net

I added a zinc tag at the top and a jute rope for hanging.

Thrift store makeover @ homeroad.net

I added a large clip on the bottom to hold one of my favorite vintage photos of my Grandfather.

Thrift store makeover @ homeroad.net

Thrift store makeover @ homeroad.net

A whole new look for a thrift store cast off...

Perfect for holding small but very important items.

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  1. I am a huge fan of your work - and this project is a sample of why. So fresh and creative (and functional!)

    Donna

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    1. Donna thank you so much for saying so. This is the kind of project that I like doing best. I love the challenge of giving something a new life and keeping it from the trash. Thanks!

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