70's SHOWGIRLS - bed tables

 Look at these ladies, legs as pretty
as a Vegas show girl.

With just a touch of sparkle in
these flower shaped glass pulls.
Stay tuned the
*BEFORE*
photo is coming up at the bottom. 
 I dabbled with shaping the back legs on this pair,
you can just see my attempt below.
 Just too short, too old, and way too brown.
Vegas girls didn't look like
this in the 70's, did they?

For more inspirational pieces finished in

WHITE

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http://4theloveofwood.blogspot.com/p/white.html

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16 comments:

  1. oooo they are very pretty! Love white furniture

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  2. These look great. I love the idea of adding the legs as a way of updating the piece. Wonderful!!

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  3. You do amazing stuff! They look beautiful. :)

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  4. Great looking pieces now. I love them.

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  5. I LOVE LOVE these! Great job!!!

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  6. Nice! I love how you added the legs!

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  7. the endtables turned out great... what a little paint will do

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  8. That is a huge change - love the addition of the feet, and the handles change is simply amazing! Great job!

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  9. I saw this on Better After and had to come tell you that you did a wonderful job! I have to admit...if I saw these night stands for free on the side of the road, I would've passed right on by. In fact, after visiting I have decided to follow just to see more of your creative ideas.

    Blessings,

    Alison
    Stuff and Nonsense

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  10. I love this redo! Did you make the feet or buy them (and where?) ?

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  11. You made them gorgeous! I'm a new follower!

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  12. Great job! I actually just picked up a set of nightstands just like this to refinish. Where did you get the legs- that is a great idea! Thanks.

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  13. Anonymous01 May, 2011

    So, do you make the replacement legs yourself, salvage them from other pieces (Doctor Furnischtein) or buy them Where?

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  14. if you ever do a project like this again, please let me know. That's exactly what I've been looking for in re-doing our bedroom! Beautiful job Kristy!

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  15. You must be the most talented person on the face of the earth. I would never have thought that an item can be changed so drastically!! Well done!!!!

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THANK YOU ALL!