Repurposed Design

Rescued, Rehabbed and Resold Furniture

The editors at HGTV Magazine bought these items for a steal, gave them new life and put them back on the market. See how they fared and how you, too, can transform any piece.

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The Before

After filling nicks and holes with spackling putty, the piece was sanded. Using sample jars of paint — just $5 each — it was given a fresh coat of white around the sides and top, then the shelves were color-blocked with three bright hues. Original price: $12

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