How to Create a Pedestal Dish from Thrift Store Finds

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I always love making something beautiful from junk...

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Using pieces found at the thrift store and some amazing metallic paint, I created a beautiful brushed steel pedestal dish. 

I took apart an old lamp to create the perfect base for this dish...

How to Create a Pedestal Dish from Thrift Store Finds www.homeroad.net

Paired with an old wooden plate found at the thrift store.

I located the center of the wooden plate then drilled through the center into the lamp base. 

How to Create a Pedestal Dish from Thrift Store Finds www.homeroad.net

Both pieces were painted with Fusion Mineral Paint in Brushed Steel.

You have got to try the Fusion Mineral Paint Metallics... I love every one of the beautiful colors!

The brushed steel is gorgeous and looks like authentic stainless steel. 

How to Create a Pedestal Dish from Thrift Store Finds www.homeroad.net

How to Create a Pedestal Dish from Thrift Store Finds www.homeroad.net

I painted a circular pattern on the plate to give it an authentic brushed steel look. 

It's gorgeous!

How to Create a Pedestal Dish from Thrift Store Finds www.homeroad.net

As I brought it down to storage before it went to the shop I found a glass cloche that fit perfectly on the top!

How to Create a Pedestal Dish from Thrift Store Finds www.homeroad.net

You can bet I added it to the shop with that gorgeous cloche top!

How to Create a Pedestal Dish from Thrift Store Finds www.homeroad.net


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  1. Excellent. I have one I painted off white 4 years ago, and I just realized a little copper of even the silver would be a nice update.

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