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  • Kat Aphatic

    I am going to do this as a dog bed for Pepper..already took the old drawer out of my armoire and put her blanket in it..she laid right down :)...I have to go to home depot to buy some legs though...I had the idea before I came across this link

  • Joy Abbott

    Repurpose drawer boxes by adding legs.

  • Sarah Redmond

    Get Furniture legs from Re-Store Old Dresser Drawers made into blanket and storage bins. great idea

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Repurposed Drawer Give new life to an old dresser or cabinetry drawer. Line the inside with pretty paper and use picture-hanging hardware to hang the drawer on the wall. This drawer has a handy built-in divider that doubles as a second shelf. Screw in a cup hook along the bottom of the "shelf" to hang items from.

Hideaway Under Bed Storage: Maximise space underneath the bed with rolling storage. Repurpose dresserless drawers, crates or boxes from flea markets or garage sales & if you can't find a matching set, unify disparate pieces with paint. Attach casters to the bottoms and add matching hardware to the fronts. Easy storage for kids toys, blankets, magazines ... | The Micro Gardener

Foto "pinnata" dalla nostra lettrice Serena, blogger di Cappello a bombetta Turn an old drawer into a bedside table.

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I've always wanted one of these old library card files. What a great way to organize all the little things!

put some of these knobs on the pegboard to hang stuff from

Great wall unit idea. I see individual drawers from broken furniture at the flea market all the time, now I have something to create with them!

These are simply magical. It feels like they could start crawling at any second. I want one as a pet! Truebluemeandyou: Remember when I got a question about what to do with drawers a couple of days ago here? Love these!

Old Drawer Turned and Used as Shelf. Could use an old dresser as a base. Take out dresser drawer and turn like this one. Nail it to the base, and I think it would simulate a china hutch! The now empty drawer area would be open display in the base. Maybe slide in smaller baskets for storage there? (Dianne's idea...now you "build" it! Lol)

I don't like the legs they used but maybe this is a good idea?