These little guys are definitely ready for cocktail hour.
Emma at A Beautiful Mess transformed this little retro-red cart into a grown up black-and-gold bar. All this easy makeover required? Spray paint.
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An industrial kitchen cart gets more elegant thanks to some bronze spray paint and leather, which blogger Sugar and Chic laid out on the bottom shelf and wrapped around the handle.
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Too rusty to salvage? Addison Meadows Lane wasn't daunted when she spotted a seriously grungy garage sale find. She turned it into this cute, chevron-patterned cart.
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This ugly '70s-style TV stand got a blue-and-white ombre paint job and is unrecognizable now. Blogger Paper & Stitch did all this for just $22.
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Shabby old cabinets can still find new life, like in this blah-to-amazing makeover from blogger Nicole of Visual Heart. A fresh coat of white paint, some natural wood, extra cabinets, and the slightest hint of green make it really pop.
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Who doesn't have one of these omnipresent IKEA four-cube bookshelves? Sugar and Cloth gave hers brass pulls and wheels to take this shelving from standard to extraordinary.
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Color lovers, get out your spray paint — this vivid neon bar cart might just be your newest obsession. Tattooed Martha gave new life to the wood and gold finish with bright pink and teal.
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