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  • True Built Home

    25 Affordable Kitchen Storage Ideas - The Cottage Market

  • Emily Swinford

    Chalk board paint on dresser island

  • Connie Horton

    REUSED Consignment Furniture: Repurposing Old Furniture with Reused Furniture

  • Brienne Kao

    kids chalk board on the side of a repurposed dresser made into a kitchen island

  • Taylor Barber

    put chalkboard paint on back of kitchen island for kids to draw on while you cook !

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Fun idea! May do something similar but stain the image so it looks hazy like the projected image looks. So cool!

This is done with a dresser. I bought an old Hoosier cabinet, and just use the base. It's perfect! It rolls and has great storage (even a bread drawer!) and the ceramic top is meant for baking!

Take an old dresser, paint it up, maybe add a cutting board top or marble, some hooks and shiny knobs. Voila! Kitchen cart.

Very cool kitchen island idea Between Blue and Yellow Great idea . Bar stools counter hangover bar cart

This would never fly at my house in the kitchen but......could you not cut drawer backs out and top, place captains sink (round bowl) in it, cut one sides back off for pipes, glue the front drawer covers onto pne side for pipe purposes and use the other side for linens? I mean if you found a really tall ince one? I would!

Turn a dresser into a kitchen island in a few simple steps. Look for a dresser that’s about 36 inches tall, or add casters for height. Finish as desired. Add decorative hardware. Replace the bottom drawer with baskets.

Check out this repurposed dresser mirror over the kitchen sink (Vintage Rose Brocante)

DIY Country cottage Island...Using a dresser to make a kitchen island! Love this idea! Great for a craft or sewing room too!

Repurpose Idea~ Add a counter top to a dresser to make a unique kitchen island.

Turn a dresser into a book shelf. So cute. Shelves would actually be big enough to store scrapbooks!! Great for craft room.

I love this! With the two tone colors and the fold out top - I am now on the hunt for this dresser.