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  • Jeni Benson

    A dresser turned into a bench, the bottom drawers could store loose shoes, this would be wonderful in a mud room... someone more DIY savy could make one from a couple thrift store/ garage sale purchases.(Dresser Turned Bench. $265.00, via Etsy. )

  • D Lea

    Dresser Turned Bench .................... #DIY #dresser #bench #furniture

  • Evenerika K

    Dresser Turned Bench. This would also be a cool changing table. Or a dog bed!

  • Brenda Colpetzer

    Dresser Turned Bench. It's cute. Love this will keep an eye out for old dresser to do this with great idea. This is not one of my projects just couldn't resist sharing

  • Malia Mock

    Dresser Turned Bench- might take this idea and throw my own spin on it. make it lower to the ground. and ea. kid a window seat in their br. use the drawer to put blankets or as storage... a throw pillow to match the seat and maybe a little bookshelf on the side to hold a few of their favourite stories. Would b a cute dog bed!

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