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  • Karen Schmidt

    Re purposed Entry Storage. Cut the legs off an old dresser. This is an amazing idea!

  • Danielle Rust

    Cut the legs off an old dresser, makeshift window seat. Great idea.

  • Robin Nicholson

    Cut the legs off an old dresser and turn it into a bench with storage...add pillows... great idea! Under window in dining room. Cute idea!

  • Patricia Kennedy

    Repurposed buffet - Entry Storage

  • Silvia Lopez

    cut the legs off an old chest - love to repurpose furniture! This is my next project. Been wanting a window seat forever...

  • Rachel DeLong Nyleen

    Cut the legs off an old dresser= bench, great idea!

  • Brianna Wimmer

    Repurposed Entry Storage - Cut the legs off an old dresser and turn it into a bench with storage. Add a lovely set of pillows! Great idea.

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This looks so easy. At some point I'm going to find the time to make this. I have an extra head board and foot board that would work great for this project.

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I always wondered what you could do to make this type of dresser look good. Here it is!