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What would you use this for? Painting a piece can give them new lives. Don't you think?


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Before....tired and unwanted in a thrift store....
Before....tired and unwanted in a thrift store....
what would you use this for painting a piece can give them new lives don t you, painted furniture
what would you use this for painting a piece can give them new lives don t you, painted furniture
what would you use this for painting a piece can give them new lives don t you, painted furniture
what would you use this for painting a piece can give them new lives don t you, painted furniture
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  • Vickie Miles
    on Mar 3, 2015

    Maybe a cute little reading nook for kids? Paint and stencil just the sides, put a comfy pillow or cushion on the top, fill the bottom with books, and push against the wall! You could even make a Padded board to hang just behind, so they would have something soft to lean against!

  • Sandra
    on Sep 23, 2015

    I like all these ideas. I am gong to keep an eye out for something like this at garage sales and second hand stores. Just thought of something else. For a large dog large size holes the size of the dog's bowls, could be out on the top shelf. Your pet's name could be painted on the bottom self with a hook for the food scoop on one of the sides. I think if I painted it I would use a plastic paint...at least on the top shelf. Much easier to clean.

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