Round Table Re-do

Hello! Happy Wednesday, everybuddy! I hope you are having a blessed morning so far. 
This is the day that the Lord has made! Rejoice and be glad in it!

I have so many projects going on right now... a chair I need to get to, a hutch thingy (not sure exactly what it's called) for my dining room that needs some tlc, wooden pumpkin signs galore I've been asked to paint for Caleb's school, a cedar chest that I'd like to paint and make into a bench, and the list goes on and on and on... Just not sure when I'm going to have time to get to everything!!! But that's ok, b/c today I'm choosing to rejoice! Everything will work out just fine! 

Today however, I want to share with you a project I completed a few weeks back. The story behind it started when my neighbor called to see if I would be interested in a little table she'd already thrown in the dumpster. I jumped on that right away! It was perfect timing! I'd seen so many table before and after pics on Pinterest, that I was eager to get started on a restoration project myself.
 Here's what she looked like when we picked her up:
I just loved the lion head pull and spindle base.

Isn't she darling?!
I covered the beat up drawer with fabric and added a glass knob. 
I couldn't be more happier with this sweet little table!

I've linked up with:
Somewhat SimplePhotobucketWeekend Bloggy ReadingThe Crafty Nest
Chic on a Shoestring DecoratingTuesday To Do Party


  1. This turned out so pretty. I'm not sure I would have know what to do with the drawer. Good call on the fabric.

  2. Really cute, Holly! And what a fabulous find!! :)

  3. Love the fabric idea! This looks awesome!

  4. You are so creative my friend! Awesome job!

  5. really good idea covering the drawer with fabric, never would have thought of that!!

  6. Wow,I can't believe she was throwing that great table away! It looks awesome with the fabric on the drawer front. That was a good score! I totally know where you are coming from with all the projects...cre8tive minds are like that, too many projects and not enough time.

  7. I have the exact same table sitting half stripped ( poor thing she's probably cold ) in the basement...I love your treatment. Following ya'


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