Large Buffet Cabinet – After
Round Table – After
Small Drop Leaf Table – After
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Construction wire spool repurposed into indoor/outdoor side table.
Repurposed shipping pallets into indoor/outdoor side tables.
Plywood shop cabinet upcycled with reclaimed lumber and old window.
Repurposed fish tank stands into metal and reclaimed lumber cabinets.
Bathroom base cabinet repurposed into cabinet with reclaimed lumber and old window.
Check out recent creations with reclaimed lumber and before and after pictures of upcycled furniture.
I started this project with an old school house table. I loved the solid oak base that was hidden under all the thick black paint but the MDF table top, with it’s many names carved in it, had to go. The width of the base had to be changed to accommodate a top […]
I got a large amount of drawers that a retail store was getting rid of.
The size of them worked great with the crates but I didn’t like the boxes and fronts, so I built new frames with pallet boards and used barn wood for the fronts.
I couldn’t decide whether I wanted to […]
To repurpose this sewing cabinet to a hutch I used these wall hung shelves for the top of the cabinet.
Although the width was a great fit, the height did need to be cut down a bit. I added trim under the shelves and at the top then backed it with reclaimed tongue […]
I didn’t have a need for the depression mechanism that was in the bottom of this school library cart because I just use it for wood storage.
Throwing it in the trash was not an option, though, because it was just too cool. I had to make it into something useful. After stretching it […]
I found this railroad cart at a yard sale this summer. It was quite a challenge to make it into a useable piece because it was in very bad shape and some of the parts where missing. A section of the side had been cut out so I had to use a section of the […]
Buddy went beachy with his latest light project. While camping at a lake in Idaho this summer, we found this awesome piece of driftwood. He hung it from rope tied with anchor knots and used cool porcelain sockets for the Edison bulbs.
Now doesn’t this make you think of a cozy beach […]
I started this project with two, too small tables, a rectangle and a round.
I used the base of the rectangle table and turned the top the opposite direction. After cutting the round table top in half, I added the halves to the ends of the rectangle. Now it’s an appropriate size […]