Making Broken Beautiful | No. 32


March 31, 2016 by Terry

Welcome back to another week of Making Broken Beautiful!  I’m so happy you could come!  I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter weekend.  We spent last weekend in Lethbridge and enjoyed a fun time there! It was nice to step away from things for a bit and just enjoy some family :)

Last week was filled with fabulous inspiration so here are a few highlights if you missed it!

Shayla from Shay Renovation shared how she turned this Goodwill caned back chair into this pretty padded back accent chair.  She gave it a whole new look after completely stripping it down to the bare bones!  Well done!  Great idea for those chairs with missing or damaged cane!


CoCo from The Crowned Goat transformed this ordinary workbench into this extraordinary outdoor serving station!  Complete with lighting!  This is awesome!  You should go check out all the different options for styling it too!  I’ve only chosen one to show you … go check it out!


Shanna from Restoration Redoux shared some chocolate with us … white chocolate that is. Who doesn’t love chocolate … especially in the form of a mid century modern desk!  I love the pop of pink inside … and that pink bust … perfect styling!  Go check out the rest of her gorgeous photos!


Like me, Sara from Twelve On Main also has champagne tastes but only has a beer budget to work with.  Because of this she has come up with a brilliant solution to creating your own beautiful Cotton Stems!  THANK YOU Sara!!!  These turned out ahhhhhmaaazzzing! For the full tutorial on how you can make your own for literally pennies check out her blog!


So happy to have you join in every Thursday, it’s a pleasure to host your creativity and talents!  Thank you for the inspiration you bring here each week!

Have a wonderful weekend!

If you would like to view last week’s party you can do so by clicking here!

Enjoy the following eye candy and don’t forget to check back to see all who linked up after you!

Please remember to link back to this party when joining in :0)

Feel free to link up as many of your previous or present projects as you would like!  The more inspiration the better!



  1. Please post a permalink (the link to the furniture you are sharing) not the link to your blog.  Your entry must also be linked back to this party.
  2. If you are linking up things that are not furniture or design related they will be deleted …. sorry!
  3. This party will be open to join every Thursday 6:00 am MST and closes on Sunday evening 6:00pm MST I will choose a few pieces to showcase each week and share my choices with you the following week.
  4. Please visit/leave a comment to at least two links before OR after your own!

 Let’s Get Inspired!

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17 thoughts on “Making Broken Beautiful | No. 32

  1. […] Making Broken Beautiful@The Curators Collection […]


  2. […] I’m sharing this project with The Curator’s Collection! […]


  3. ….always a fun linky party Terry, thanks for giving up your time to do it!


  4. Great picks, Terry!! I really enjoy your party although I don’t have something to share every week, but I get inspired by others.


  5. Sara Syrett says:

    Thank you so much for featuring my DIY cotton stems! Thanks for a great party and I hope you have a great weekend!


  6. Cute cute cute! But I almost like the chair better before…


    • Terry says:

      AWE! Thank you! If I could have found the same material again I would have used it for sure. It is so delicate with the little roses and I loved the lattice design. I’m a bit of a lazy writer …I hate it …so I took a shortcut and didn’t mention that the original wood finish had drippy stain and runs on the legs and the sided of the chair which is why I chose to paint it. But you’re right it was quite sweet the way it was. I hope you have a great week!


  7. Thanks so much for the party Terry and I hope you enjoy the gorgeous weather they are predicting for us this weekend!


    • Terry says:

      You’re welcome Marie! It’s going to be cleaning of the garage for me this weekend! I’m doing a huge purge and trying to start fresh AGAIN! lol! I hope you have a great weekend too!


  8. […] you missed Making Broken Beautiful last week you can click here to view all the inspiration linked […]


  9. Terry you are so sweet! Thank you so much for featuring my outdoor serving station! It’s been so much fun to dress up for each season. Sending you hugs, Coco


  10. […] If you would like to view last week’s party you can do so by clicking here! […]


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