Removed the glass top and spray painted the table white.
It was a perfect solution, especially with the little "shelf" at the bottom
to hold the cable box.
And the octagon shape was a nice fit in the space.
The wood dresser was a second-hand piece. Someone elses "trash." :)
Just another view of the bedroom. The bed and mattress were free, and I am hoping to "upgrade" with a better trash/treasure soon! :)
The picture over the bed was a freebie print in a "second-hand" frame...
~ CHEAP Treasures ~
Just to change gears a little...
I went to the Dollar Tree this morning
and wanted to share these canisters I found, and some of the ideas I had for them.
Three glass canister and three candles, all $1 each.
Throw in a few acorns...
(Will be glittered in a few days, scroll back for that previous project.)
Top the canister with one of the candles...
Add greenery and other "fall items,"
After Thanksgiving, toss the fall, and add Christmas items to the versatile canisters to add a little Christmas cheer and sparkle to you decor....
Such as Candy canes....
Mix and use different items,
or use the same in each canister for a more uniform look.
...or add a festive bow!
M & M's would be super cute...
The possibilities are endless!
But the most important thing is, it is cheap and it can be fabulous! :)
Visit Diane, at A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words, for more Trash to Treasure transformations.
"FOUR hours and counting"....WOOHOO!!!! "smiles" ~Rhonda