Super Creative Upcycled Furniture Ideas

Furniture pieces can either blend in with the surrounding decor or really stand out. If you are looking for that special wow factor, you may want to try one of these upcycled furniture ideas.Instead of replacing an old piece of furniture, you can give it a new life with a brand new look. These upcycling ideas will make your jaw drop.

Upcycled Furniture Ideas

Can you imagine what a little creativity can do to a solid oak wardrobe? Even though a plain oak wardrobe is fine, it could have more appeal. This upcycled funky wardrobe by A to Z Custom Creations is anything but boring.

upcycled furniture

A combination of paint colors, wood, metal and paper all come together to give this wardrobe tons of style.

Maybe you have a side table that you would like a little larger and a lot more stylish. A small square table is transformed into a fantastic round clock table at Scavenger Chic.

upcycled furniture idea

A round wood top was added to change the look. However, what really added the style was the distressed painting and the clock image transfer to the top.

How about chairs? I’ve seen plenty of chair seats recovered with vintage grain sacks. However, if you don’t have a fabric seat you can always paint the chair with a fun grain sack design. This painted chair idea from Organized Clutter is both rustic and chic.

painted grain sack chair

If you do have a chair with a fabric seat but don’t have the grain sacks to cover it, you can always paint the fabric too!

I used to have an oval coffee table with curved legs. Since I didn’t care for the style, I gave it to my son. My son eventually got rid of it. Now I want it back! After seeing the transformation of this coffee table by Jamie Ward, I realize my missed potential.

upcycled furniture idea

Who would have thought they I could of just replaced the top with some salvaged wood? And the legs! They look super funky and cool with the decoupaged newspaper!

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