DIY chevron dresser - Not crazy about how it looks on this one, but the concept could be applied in different ways.
This is cute. I wonder if a similar theme on a child's dresser with the words stencilled would work as well. The words maybe cute phrases like "Frilly frocks", "Silly socks", "Warm and toasty" etc
Pretty great furniture hack. Mutliple pieces of furniture modified (literally hacked) to create a unique storage unit. This would be pretty great as an entertainment center in a common area. And there's no limit to the size. you can just keep adding pieces.
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!
Old dresser turned into Kitchen Island...I did this in my kitchen with the dresser I had as a baby (extra special!!). I put my baking pans in the bottom drawer, baggies/foil/shrinkwrap in the middle, and "snacky" stuff in the top. I really like the addition of the tea cup hooks for tools.