Can you imagine how excited I was to find this chicken coop at a local thrift shop? I already knew what I was going to do with it when it caught my eye!
Chicken Coop Coffee Table
It’s Thrifty Under $50 day! 21 Bloggers were challenged to refresh a thrifty find for under $50, you know I love a challenge. I hope you have time to see everyone’s project.
We’re hopping from blog to blog, did you see Courtney from French Country Cottage’s project? She is so talented!
This is probably one of the easiest makeovers that I’ve ever done. It was marked $45 and I would have paid that, but I asked if the seller would take less, and they did! This old thing is now an awesome farmhouse coffee table. I shared my thrifty finds earlier, you may remember seeing this 🙂
We live a very casual life, I love adding inexpensive finds throughout my home.
Tip: Thrift shopping is a great way to add one of a kind decor. It’s amazing what you can transform and add your unique personality to while staying within your budget. Hopefully after seeing all the ideas, you will be inspired to look past the outdated finds!
- Chicken coop crate
- 2- 2″ x 4″ scrap pieces of lumber @ 19″ each
- 4 casters (4 for less than $12)
- wood screws – 20 each – 4 for each caster and 2 each for the 2″ x 4″
Pressure wash the coop. I sprayed it with a bleach solution and pressure washed it. It didn’t appear dirty, but never take any chances with thrifty finds.
- Cut and paint 2″x4″ pieces of lumber. (I did this to add some height to the table)
- Attach lumber to the bottom of the coop/crate
- Attach casters.
Tip: You could skip the casters and add furniture legs to add height also.
The top slides, so you can store magazines or books in the bottom.
You can add glass to the top, if you’d like. I just used a wood tray, I like the open look.
Next up on the tour is Chris from Just A Girl, you’re going to love her project!
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Finding Silver Pennies
Anderson + Grant
French Country Cottage
Just a Girl
Finding Home Farms
Beneath My Heart
Love Grows Wild
Life On Virginia Street
Four Generations One Roof
Nest of Posies
In My Own Style
Sand & Sisal
Fox Cottage Hollow
38 thoughts on “Chicken Coop Coffee Table”
Oh my gosh. This looks great, Debbie! I would have pressured washed it too. Add this to the long list of things I’m on the hunt for. Thanks for the great tutorial!
Thanks so much Angie!
This is just awesome Debbie! I wish I could find something so cool! I love that you turned it into a coffee table, it is perfect!
Thanks so much Mindi!
Oh my gosh… Debbie, your photos are just phenomenal. And that coffee table completely a NEED. It’s perfect! Featured you on Party Junk this weekend. Thanks for linking up!
Thank you Donna! I really appreciate it! XO
We need to come your way for this kind of thrifting! Love the coop and the table that you created!
Come on over, Monroe GA is full of great places!
This is SO creative! I will never look at a chicken coop the same again! Love it.
Debbie… I love it! It even has storage… you are so smart!
I have always wanted one of these to do exactly what you did! It looks great and I love it!
Lynda @ Gates of Crystal
Love the color and how creative this is!
This is so cool, I love it, great thrifting on your part. Hope you are doing well!
awesome chicken coop coffee table Debbie! It really looks fabulous. I love thrift store shopping and decorating!
Oh Debbie, I love this! What a great idea!
It is the perfect size, color and style for your living room! And I love it.
I wish thrift shops in my area had amazing finds like your chicken coop. It is in such fantastic condition and looks perfect in your living room now.
I adore how this came out! I love how you added the casters and all your great tips!
Brilliant idea! It’s perfect!
Fantastic tips and great tutorial! And you lucky duck for finding that coop in such beautiful condition!! Thanks for joining in the hop. Your space looks lovely!
Perfect project and I love it in that room! What a great find!
Are you kidding me? I never find something that awesome! It looks great in that space! Still can’t get over it. 🙂
Thanks Chris, I couldn’t believe it either and for that price!