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I used some cool Nate Berkus pushpins to update this table that desperately needed a new look and some detail! I have a full tutorial on how I added fabric to my changing table upcycle right here!

I used the same method to add gorgeous wrapping paper to the drawer on my grandma’s old side table.

These scalloped tables got a fun refresh with a funky olive-colored pattern.

On Wednesday, I showed you my latest furniture transformation – thanks so much to all of you that left the nicest comments on that post.

Just because you love the look of pristine white furniture doesn't mean you have to take hours of your life to paint it perfectly.

Here, Fall For DIY upgraded this dated dresser with contact paper, iron-on edgeboarding, and cute new legs.

See the full tutorial here »Contact paper can cover all manner of sins, including turning furniture white or mimicking the look of real wood.

Jonathan Lo of Happy Mundane used walnut-effect contact paper to spruce up the birch wood of his IKEA Micke desk.

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A reclaimed convenience-store sign makes an eye-catching backdrop for a daybed.One of my most favorite things to do is paint furniture.I LOVE transforming ugly, forgotten, or outdated pieces into beautiful assets for any space.Wrapping it around the legs is also a fun way to use washi tape on furniture. If you don’t mind a piece getting a little “holey,” furniture tacks (nailheads) or pushpins can be a great way to give a piece of furniture a new look!Furniture tacks can be found in the hardware aisle at any home improvement store, and decorative pushpins are at any office supply store or even Target! (Sorry, I couldn’t resist.) Another great way to add some color or pattern to furniture is with fabric or paper!

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