34 More Unbelievable Flea Market Flips

We just can't get enough of the incredible projects on HGTV's Flea Market Flips. Here are 34 more exciting creations from the show to inspire your next trip to the flea market.

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May 31, 2015
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Before: Worn Window Pane

Scotty and Eddie had the perfect idea in mind for their "Tribute Project" using this old window pane.

After: Rustic Display Case

The pair turned the forgotten frame into a multi-colored hanging display case.

Before: Dreary Dining Set

Helene and Amy found a group of matching dining chairs in need of an update.

After: Safari Seating

Simply reupholstering the seat cushions with African mud cloth fabric and a covering the wood with a quick coat of paint took this old dining set from rustic to refined in minutes.

Before: Miscellaneous Metals

Separately, this old, broken stand and a rusted birdcage might seem like relatively incongruous objects.

After: Lark Lighting

However, Rose and Sophie's finished "Lighting Project" paired these two seemingly disparate items together to create a posh floor lamp.

Before: Dated Dresser

For their "Hip To Be Square Project," Brandon and Sam picked up this frumpy wooden dresser at Elephant's Trunk Flea Market in New Milford, Conn.

After: Monochrome Magic

They gave the passé piece a new spark, revitalizing it into a monochrome console cabinet with modern fixtures.

Before: Boring Buckets

Eddie and Rodney decided to completely repurpose this set of galvanized steel buckets.

After: Remarkably Reimagined

Altering the buckets into a set of steel seats with some sweet storage.

Before: Industrial Extras

Cole and Kelly gathered together an unlikely assortment of items in their quest to create a chic dining set.

After: Shabby Chic Assemblage

After they softened the industrial table and metal stools with a delicate paint color and topped the table with an wooden cabinet door, they had created quite the delightful dining set.

Before: Unfortunate Upholstery

Ingrid and Candace found this pair of Danish modern chairs with a cool design but a garishly outdated fabric.

After: Modified Modern

After reupholstering them with a better fabric, these chairs can now be a delightful modern accent to any home.

Before: Distressed Dental Cabinet

On one of their flea market adventures, Cole and Kelly picked up this vintage dental cabinet.

After: Colorful Kitchen Cart

Updating the dental cabinet into a kitchen cart, they gave it a colorful coat of paint and a mosaic hot-plate top created with broken dishware.

Before: Old Odds and Ends

After their shopping trip, Katie and Jennifer had a haul of flea-market treasures ripe with creative possibilities.

After: A Table Transfusion

From the bounty they fashioned a dining room table from a sturdy, old door and some steel piping, pairing it with some reupholstered metal chairs.

Before: Standard Set

Brandon and Sam decided to rework this basic set of wooden chairs into more stimulating seating.

After: Eclectic Bench and Ottoman

By fusing the chairs together, they fashioned a vibrant, one-of-a-kind bench and ottoman set.

Before: Turning Trash into Treasure

Jenn and Jen assembled a strange assortment of scraps in preparation for their "Rustic to Refined Project," including an industrial metal grate and four wooden balusters.

After: Mixed Media Masterpiece

However, the product of these odds and ends created an exquisitely stylish glass-topped coffee table.

Before: Tired Tool

David and Teresa decided to rework this antique hand truck for their "Great Pieces Project."

After: Nonpareil Shelving

The sturdy-but-worn hand truck was easily flipped into a unique tiered shelf.

Before: Metal Industrial Rack

This metal scrap lay forgotten until Scotty and Eddie picked it up and decided to transform it into a vintage treasure.

After: Industrial Upcycle

Keeping its structure intact, they gave this metal framing new life as a glass coffee table.

Before: A Great Crate

With an antique military like this one, the upcycling possibilities are endless!

After: Hang Out and Have a Drink

Nick and Angela's flipped the crate into a stylish and rustic wall-mounted bar.

Before: Promising Project

Partners Jeff and Ilana were lucky enough to find this frame composed of horseshoes ready-made for a great upcycling project.

After: Shoe-In Winner

With only a little reworking, they transformed the frame into a unique glass coffee table.

Before: Made for Magazines

Jake and Karen found a set of wooden magazine racks and decided to flip them - literally.

After: Illuminating Light Fixtures

Reworking these treasures, they created a set of modern chandeliers with vintage flair.

Before: Midcentury Furnishings

Dave and Teresa found a pair of midcentury chairs, deciding to give them a stylish revamp.

After: Vintage Vibes

With a coat of paint and a light, cheerful fabric, these chairs are totally transformed.

Before: Up in the Air

Jenn and Jen picked up this industrial air vent for an exciting project ... but what could it possibly become?

After: Art Deco Décor

From filtering air to filtering light, Jenn and Jen created a delightful art deco chandelier from the old industrial filter.

Before: Rusted Relic

For their "Mirror Project," Sarah and Regina chose a midcentury glass step-up table to revitalize.

After: A Step Above

The finished product: this gorgeous gold sidetable with mirrors replacing the cloudy glass surfaces.

Before: Collector's Quality

Nick and Angela discovered this classic automotive grill and decided it was perfect for a flip.

After: Classic Contemporary

Repurposing the grill, they created a vintage-yet-modern wall sconce that is both artistic and industrial.

Before: Retro Rockers

While full of potential, these midcentury chairs were looking a little tired when Rob and Minetta found them.

After: A Modern Spin

With some unique fabric and modern paint, the set was easily revitalized.

Before: Sew What?

For their "Vintage Modern Project," Jake and Karen picked up this feeble, antique sewing table hoping to turn it into something more versatile and modern.

After: Wake Up and Smell the Coffee

The pair gave the old sewing table a jolt, reworking it into this modern coffee table.

Before: Oh, Deer!

With just a wooden frame and a pair of deer skulls, Jenn and Jen were able to create yet another unconventional masterpiece.

After: Artful Crafting

Together the frame and skulls created a quirky piece of artwork inspired by nature.

Before: An Array of Mysterious Objects

For their "Hip To Be Square Project," Eddie and Rodney assembled a metal sconce, wooden clock and rusty gears, combining the mishmash of objects to form a masterful creation.

After: Steampunk Style

Their concoction: an edgy, steampunk clock/lamp.

Before: What's in Store?

Partners Jake and Karen just knew they could makes something interesting out of this set of antique tin boxes.

After: Fabulous for Foodies

Brushing off the dirt and rust, they created bistro dining set with functional storage.

Before: Forgettable Fixtures

Nick and Angela found this set of dated and distressed chairs for their "Time to Dine Project."

After: Demure Dining

Refurbishing the set with understated elegance, they paired them with the industrial iron table they also salvaged and upcycled.

Before: Tea and Sympathy

Partners Laura and Laura resolve to revamp this vintage English folding tea cart that's looking a little drab for their "Hollywood Regency Project."

After: Regal Rolling Bar

Here is the vintage English tea cart all gussied up and transformed into a rolling bar with a vibrant new look.

Before: Dead as a Door...

Tom and Mike decide to get creative and repurpose an old, distressed door in a "novel" way.

After: Tree of Knowledge

Inspired by nature, they created this unique tree-shaped bookshelf, opening the doors to a whole new life for that drab, old door.

Before: Diner Derelicts

Gathering an old turnstile and some diner stools, Amanda and Ian set off to work on their "Color Theory Project."

After: Turn Up the Volume

Once complete, they had created a chic dining set with a glass top table and stools with brighter reupholstered cushions for a modern pop of color.

Before: Child's Play

Partners Scotty and Eddie took this vintage, wooden wagon for a spin during their "Funk-tional Project."

After: Perfect for Picnics

The pair transformed the old wagon into a padded seat with functional storage that's always ready to roll.

Before: Blindingly White Buffet

For the "Hollywood Regency Project," Brandon and Sam picked up this bright, white buffet table.

After: Energized Entertaining

Giving it a functional face-lift, they revamped the dated furnishing into a mini bar buffet with a wine rack.

Before: Unsightly Shelving

Eddie and Rodney chose this large china cabinet with a dated finish for their "Hollywood Regency Project."

After: Stunning in Black-and-White

They pair converted the garish cabinet into a stylish dark wood display and storage cabinet.

Before: Abandoned Alloy

For their "Time to Dine Project," Nick and Angela discovered a forgotten outdoor table frame.

After: Elegant Industrial

Adding a polished wooden top, they fashioned this elegant, mixed-media dining set.

Before: Crumbing Cache

Redressing this old dresser, Tom and Mike decided to revamp it into a wine bar entertainment unit.

After: Wine-and-Dine Ready

With a visible wine rack as well as plenty of storage for decorative platters and linens, their creative console is perfect for any seasoned entertainer.

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