Transcript for Lara Turns 'GMA' Viewers Trash Into Treasure
Hey, we're having this huge event for the next three days celebrating the old saying one man's trash is another man's treasure. Thousands have sent in videos and pictures of pieces you didn't know what to do with, from a 6-year-old's first desk to a grandmother's hand-me-down. Reporter: We put out the call on goodmorningamerica.Com. Asking you to send your old, your our bad pieces of furniture in need of makeovers. Thousands answered. Hey, lara, this is my trash. You can turn my trash into treasure? Reporter: Folks like nancy from missouri asking for my help to transform this family heirloom. It's a telephone table. It's a gossip chair. You sit right here. Your telephone books go here. You can see this is really loose here. You need to secure that. I'm going to redo the seat. We're going to update it, bring it into the year 2012. ♪ lara, I really need your help with this television stand. Reporter: We paid a house call on renita cooley. In harlem. What is this? It's a stand. Reporter: Would you go with a pop of color? Yeah that would be great. Reporter: Sky's the limit official. This would be a great color. Reporter: I'm using chinese red. This to be $10 -- Reporter: Sharon asking me for help on 6-year-old daughter audrey's first desk. Audrey, what would you like your desk to look like? Green and black. Reporter: Mom, what do you think about that? Green and black. Hey, if it gets her to do her homework, okay. Time for the big reveal. I'm going to start with sharon and audrey, do you want to see your new desk. Come over here. Oh! What do you think? I love it! I know you said you wanted it to be gray and green. I thought these reminded me of lollipops. I hope you have great homework sessions and good coloring, too. We you've to renita who wanted a television table. Are you ready? Yes, I am. Here you go. Whoo! Oh, my gosh. Really cool. We changed out the leg. If you don't like the look of the leg. You can marry pieces together. That's what they call it in the furniture business. I love it. There's storage for your small apartment. Thank you, thank you. Enjoy it. Finally, are you ready? The grandmother's seat. Here it is, 2012. I love it! You can sit here and talk on the telephone. We cut a hole on it so you can have your iphone in there or ipad. You can sit here and hopefully, that will be passed down as an heirloom. Yes, thank you. Thank you for sharing your treasures. More coming up tomorrow.
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