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DIY Rustic Carrots from Upcycled Furniture Legs

Spring is just around the corner and I am so excited to see the signs of life in my garden beds. I know some of you already have full blooming, or are even headed into winter on the other side of the world. However, here in Ohio, we are just starting to see buds and smiling cold-weather blooms, like crocus pop out. Today, I’m going to take this misfit bunch of furniture legs and turn then into some spring-like DIY rustic carrots. (giveaway alert!)
Wood Findings with Furniture Legs & Turnings | prodigalpieces.com

There’s a story behind this loot. My friend, Mandy, sent me a picture asking if I wanted these wood turnings and legs. Me…”come to mama.” Right?? I mean, who would turn this down?

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Reclaimed Coat Rack from Drawer Front

What better way to add function and style to your home than with a DIY project, right? I mean, the satisfaction of saying, “I created that” is not surpassed. Today, I’m sharing a simple woodworking project to create a reclaimed coat rack for any room in your home. Check out what I found at the thrift store that inspired me…

Thrifted Drawer Front for Reclaimed Coat Rack by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

Would you have grabbed this drawer front? It was a no-brainer for me. It’s gorgeous solid wood that even has already been painted a beautiful blue/gray color. Plus, it’s the perfect size to make a reclaimed coat rack I mentioned. You can see my other coat rack tutorials HERE.

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Apothecary Cubby gets “Antiqued” Farmhouse Style

You’ve been hunting and searching for some kinda antique item that is ever alluding you. My solution? Make one of your own. haha. Yes, it won’t exactly be the same and I’m stubborn enough to hunt one down in most instances. However, you can create the same effect, save money & time, plus gain some DIY skillz. This little apothecary cubby is a like-new item from a big box store. But…wait until you see what it can look like by creating a story.

Thrifted Drawer Cubby Before Makeover by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

I actually found this at the thrift store, and if you know me I’m a sucker for all things drawers – especially small, cute ones, like these. tee hee. If you’ve ever priced an item like this at a flea market or antique store, you know they are

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Upcycled Christmas Decor into Farmhouse Decor

Here we are with another month passing by and it’s time for Trash to Treasure Tuesday! {{applause}} It’s a fun time to be had with my blogger friends sharing our latest inspiration with you. You will see there work in bit. However, today I’m going to share a sort of encore to my project last year about upcycled Christmas decor.

Snowman Winter Decor Before Upcycled Fun by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

Let me introduce you to my snowmen friends. They’re metal ladles, an import product, that I believe were picked up at a large craft store and then painted with these cuties. If you remember last year, I made

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Vintage Secretary Desk with Updated Look

Do you ever find yourself fascinated with something and you don’t know why? Yeah, I’m like that too. haha. For today’s purpose, I am confessing my addiction to a particular style of furniture – secretaries. One piece of furniture I believe every home should have is a multi-purpose feature like this vintage secretary desk.

Vintage Secretary Desk Before Makeover by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces

Why, you ask? Well, I realize that we are primarily in the digital age where our bills are paid electronically and we lack the paper trail we used to have in days gone by. However, who can deny the functionality of the cubbies, the fold-down desk, and all the

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Upcycled Wooden Signs into Farmhouse Decor

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again…the wood section of the thrift store is veritable gold mine of sorts. You might be scratching your head at what I mean, but you have to remember all the fun I’ve had with the loot I’ve had. I’m going to have some fun and show you what I did with these upcycled wooden signs. Yeehaw!

Thrifted Wooden Signs Before Makeover by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces

First, before you think I’m needing more coffee (1) I don’t drink coffee, I’m a nut all the time and proud of it. tsk. (2) think about the versatility of wood in general. I mean, wood…one of the most readily available resources we have for creating homes, furniture, and so much more.

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Vintage Apothecary Cabinet with Typography

It isn’t every time that I make a good score at the thrift store. It’s kinda like a desert with random oases. Do you know what I mean? What makes it even more funny is that everyone there is like they’re in a gold mine protecting their cart of loot and ready to fight for it. geesh! In my latest run, I snagged this little painted cutie. Today, I’m going to take it up a notch and turn it into a vintage apothecary cabinet.

Medicine Cabinet Before Makeover by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

I wasn’t kidding about the folks in a thrift store. I’ve seen some fight after one took something out of another one’s cart. Imagine my eyeballs popping out with mouth hanging open like…what??? haha. Funny, but not funny. Anyhoo, I just smile and carry on with my business making short-talk with a smile to anyone I encounter. I’m a fun gal like that.

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Mid Century Modern Media Stand

There I am minding my own business, heading to get groceries on a cold, gray, raining morning. I drove past a busy part of town and almost missed seeing this sitting on the side of the road set out for trash. You know I just had to snag it on the way back home. Today, this vintage Mid Century Modern media stand is too cute to trash. Let’s take this #trashure and make it new, shall we?

Mide Century Media Stand Before Makeover | prodigalpieces.com

Maybe you’re wondering what I see in this thing. Well, it is built to last…like forever, last. And, quite honestly, these are

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Upcycled Remote Control Holder

Who’s in the mood for mini makeover that packs a punch? ME! I’m all about creative storage in my home. Not surprising, I love taking outcast items and giving them new life. Today, this vintage sewing box is going to become an upcycled remote control holder with style. Hang with me now.

Vintage Sewing Box Before | prodigalpieces.com

Just for reference that you don’t think I’m off my rocker (I’ve already established I’m on my rocker back in this post…tee hee), here are some fun past projects for reference:

DIY TIME

I’m assuming your house is much like mine with different appliances and electronics that require a remote. Corralling them can be quite the hassle, especially when