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  • Sarah Nichole

    love the pop of antique blue... and the use of an old chair for an end table! who wants to buy end tables for a guest room...?

  • Kara Pearson

    An idea for bedside table in a spare bedroom

  • Stephanie Allen

    Clever end table for a guest bedroom.

  • Elise Buhn

    Coastal Style: Decorating Tips I am finding no old side- or bedside tables to tart up into a bedside table for the beachy guest room for under $25+ for something too tiny for the job. I have been thinking about using an old chair, of which I have many. I could even balance a box for storage to sit on the chair stretchers. We will see.

  • Michelle Oosterman

    Like the idea of a painted chair used as a side table in one of the girl's bedrooms.

  • Georgiana Matthews

    i love the idea of a old chair instead of a night stand.

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