Evita snagged this 1926 Singer 66 sewing machine at her Goodwill, but was sad to find that it was beyond repair.
Happily, she found she could salvage the sewing machine's parts for use in another Singer 66 — and as she was also in need of a new computer table, this little antique got a new life.
The veneer on the table was in bad shape, and the top was useless. Evita stripped the table and gave it a coat of matte black spray paint, then installed a new top made from a scrap of MDF.
A fairly simple revamp turned a down-and-out appliance into a high-class and totally workable computing solution.