Giving new life to old things - my junk furniture

February 19th, 2012 in member junk     
2SistersVintage 2SistersVintage, member
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A table top from a sign found in the basement of our house and the legs of a table set out for the trash.
Old sewing machine base with a top made from walnut we harvested from our lot.
Shadow box coffee table made from an old window. I used etching chemicals to add a design to each corner of the glass.
Another shadow box coffee table made from an old window.
A table top from a sign found in the basement of our house and the legs of a table set out for the trash.

A table top from a sign found in the basement of our house and the legs of a table set out for the trash.


I don't like to pass up other peoples junk set out for trash collection. My neighbors will ask me if I want something before hauling it to the junk yard. I must be getting a reputation as a collector of fine junk.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, vintage, metal, wood, glass, furniture, family room, living room, table, red, cream, coffee table

Comments (6)

EdieMariesAttic writes: Awesome makeovers - I love tables that you can display things in. It's so much fun to makeover things and reuse instead of the alternatives. Have fun!
Sherry Posted: 3:20 am on February 28th
lynn8212 writes: Looks good , what a great idea!! Posted: 11:52 am on February 23rd
2SistersVintage writes: I will have to use "hill top table" on the price tag. I like your birdhouses. Posted: 6:28 pm on February 21st
gadgetsponge writes: What great neighbors you have! Beautiful ideas and pieces you created. So I assume that that's a "Hill Top Table"? Haha. Posted: 5:43 pm on February 21st
ninnarae writes: This looks so great...a perfect marriage... Posted: 9:48 am on February 21st
JunkArchitect writes: I wish my neighbors came to me first before tossing something out...lucky you. Great bunch of projects!

Jim

Posted: 8:27 pm on February 20th
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