A Wrapping Station
Sarah at Sadie Seasongoods painted an old and broken bar stool in a fresh coat of turquoise paint and then inverted it. She added fabric pockets to it and wheels at its base to make it easily movable. Now that old bar stool serves as a gift wrapping station. Two thumbs up Sarah!
Bar Stool Nightstands
Christie at Two Broke Views when moved to a new house found two abandoned bar stools left by the previous owner of the house. An idea came to her mind. She painted them white and added twine to become the shelves in them. Then she placed the stools at the sides of her bed and now they serve as nightstands.
A Bar Stool Desk
Whitney at Shanty 2 Chic painted two old bar stools in a fresh berry pink color and then added wooden plank shelves to them. After that she topped them with a slab of wood and now they have become a wonderful table that her kids can use for doing their work and activities.
A Bathroom Storage
Image via: Savvy Southern Style
A Drink Stand
Courtney at A Diamond in the Stuff combined an old bar stool with a re-purposed galvanized bucket and a drink stand came into existence.
A Decoupaged Table
Image via: Roza Decor
A Recycled Fabric Covered Stool
Image via: Made in a Day
A Horse Bar Stool
Artsy Emmy the Crafter has given an old bar stool a very unique and interesting makeover. By painting the stool and combining it with accents like faux hair, wood horse head and a tail she has given the stool a look of a grazing horse.
A Cute Birdhouse
Image via: Empress of Dirt
A Herb Garden
Forms of Letters Blog has shared a way to make your very own little herb garden with a bar stool. They drilled holes in the top of the stool for putting mini planters of herbs in it and then also hung a bit bigger herb pots using metal wire. This herb garden is great for small homes and apartments where a proper garden space isn’t available.