Repurposed Chalkboard Drawer

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A dresser drawer saved from the side of the road....

Repurposed Chalkboard Drawer
This old dresser drawer started out looking like this...

I painted the bottom of the drawer with chalkboard paint then turned it on it's side.

Repurposed Chalkboard Drawer

On the top I added a piece of trim moulding and a slightly wonky decorative wooden piece removed from another furniture project.

I painted the drawer with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Pure White.

Repurposed Chalkboard Drawer

Another piece of moulding was added to the inside as a chalk holder.

The finished project can hang on the wall or sit on a counter with a place to leave a quick reminder.

Repurposed Chalkboard Drawer

A quick and easy project for an unused dresser drawer. 

Take a look at a few more Homeroad repurposed drawers...

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  1. The top trim was a great idea. So much added charm!

    1. Thanks so much Carlene! I love this one and I'm keeping it :)


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