How to Make Thrift Store Pedestal Bowls

Everyone loves a good DIY for wooden pedestal dishes.


2 wooden distressed pedestal bowls


When I first saw these I thought it was a great idea and I wanted to make my own.  

I found the wooden bowls and the wooden candle sticks at my local Goodwill. I'm adding my affiliate links so you can use some of the products I use on my projects. Click on the bold lettering for the links. 

I used Gorilla wood glue to attach the candle sticks to the bowls.


Before picture of wooden bowls on top of candle sticks


The pedestal dishes are painted with a chalky white paint

Painting the wooden pedestal bowls

When the paint was dry I distressed the edges with sandpaper.


2 wooden distressed pedestal bowls


I sprayed the pedestal dishes with clear sealer to protect and seal the finish and they are ready to go! 

Couldn't be easier!

can of perma clear spray paint sealer

Find fun things to fill them with or make your own... Lavender Heart Sachets


pedestal dish with lavender heart sachets

For another look I added a painted wooden cheese tray with a cloche lid.

Pedestal dish with cloche top


Pedestal dish, artichoke, love pillow and ball


Keep your eyes out at the thrift store for things you can update with just a coat of paint! 

You can decorate your whole house with things found at the thrift store and made over like all the items in the photo above. 

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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .