How to: Make a Dining Room Table from Reclaimed Wood (for $50!)

by Rebekah Greiman

How to: Make a Dining Room Table from Reclaimed Wood (for $50!)

HI! I'm Rebekah from Potholes and Pantyhose where I share and photograph detailed tutorials of my DIY projects, recipes, photography tips and remodeling endeavors. 

I like to re-invent and create things around my home and I also love to fill up a person’s belly until they are beyond full...and then heap a dessert on top. A large dining room table, with the ability to seat twelve, was a dream of mine. So, I decided to make it a reality -a beautiful, unique and inexpensive reality. Like, for fifty bucks.

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Reclaimed Gym Floor Wall Hooks

by Capree K

Reclaimed Gym Floor Wall Hooks
Reclaimed gym floor wall hooks??  How clever!  Before you grab your wallet and get to ordering though, check out how to create a reclaimed wood wall treatment.  Totally adaptable to a wall hook feature, right?  If you're itching for some color, mask off a similar design and grab your favorite spray paint.  Easy.  Done.

For instant gratification, you can purchase the above pictured wall hook from UncommonGoods for $125.

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How To: Make an Awesome Wall Treatment with Reclaimed Wood

by Meg Allan Cole

How To: Make an Awesome Wall Treatment with Reclaimed Wood

In today's video I show you how to do your own Reclaimed Wood Wall. This is a project I have been wanting to do for months and am so thrilled with the result. My husband and I were first inspired by The Antonio Treatment, an HGTV show starring a laid back kinda punk rock/metal dude who does everything green and features his dog Chewie a lot. We dig him. Antonio does BIG heavy hauls and revamps and shows glimpses into the projects, without doing big DIY tutorials. So I thought it'd be cool to take the reclaimed wall idea and break it down for you.

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Garbage Day Rescues Get Re-Do

by DIY Maven

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This before and after is the reason why we should all keep our eyes peeled on garbage day. Rescued from the curb-side (they had a 'free' sign attached to them) the chairs fell in to capable hands. The shoddy paint job was sanded down and covered with a black, low-luster, latex. The cracked seats were repaired with glue and clamps and then hidden with a lovely black and white fabric, which was applied with artist's medium. You can see the entire...

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Re-Gifters Rejoice!

by DIY Maven

Re-Gifts isn’t just a cleverly named gift shop; it is a small, family-owned store located in South Minneapolis that sells eco-friendly gifts "made with recycled, reclaimed, repurposed, organic, and natural materials." Check out their on-line store for a growing selection of products available. Here are just a few very Curbly items.

Bicycle Cog Votives, 12 bucks each.

Re-Gifters Rejoice!

Recycled Chopstick Lamp, 36 bucks.

Absolut salt & pepper shakers, 16 bucks. (Made...

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