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  • Karen Schmidt

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

  • Céline Burleson

    cut the legs off an old dresser and turn it into a bench with storage. Great idea for window seat!

  • Patricia Kennedy

    Repurposed buffet - Entry Storage

  • Sharon Templeton

    Repurposed Entry Storage, cut the legs off an old dresser. What a great idea!

  • Be Fparks

    Cut the legs off an old dresser and turn it into a bench with storage. Add pillows! Great idea! OR JUST LEAVE IT FOR CHANGING TABLE :) WHAT A CUTE IDEA!!

  • Rachel DeLong Nyleen

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

  • Paulette Fowler

    Cut the legs off an old dresser. Repurposed furniture is the best!

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