Recycling an Old Dresser Drawer

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An old dresser drawer gets a stunning repurpose today.

Recycling an Old Drawer www.homeroad.net


I removed the drawer knobs then painted the drawer with Graphite Annie Sloan chalk paint then distressed. 

Recycling an Old Drawer www.homeroad.net

I added a shelf to the center of the drawer then cut a gold frame to fit the edge of the drawer and nailed it in place. 


Recycling an Old Drawer www.homeroad.net

A little bling is added to the center, a little sanding and distressing, and this old drawer is now a shelf!


Recycling an Old Drawer www.homeroad.net

Recycling an Old Drawer www.homeroad.net

It can be used as a free standing unit or hung on the wall.

Recycling an Old Drawer www.homeroad.net

Recycling an Old Drawer www.homeroad.net

                                        
                






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12 comments

  1. You are the re-purpose queen....and somehow you always make your projects look easy AND pretty.

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  2. That is so CUTE! Where did you get your bling??

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  3. Another great re-purpose!! LOVE the addition of the little number too :)

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  4. Love the way you add little details in to push your projects up one more notch.

    Bliss

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  5. Love it... I've been working on some old drawers too. :) so handy!

    great job Susan!
    gail

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  6. What a great idea! I'm pinning this repurposed drawer. Little Bit from www.DecorateWithaLittleBit.com

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  7. Hi Susan. Visiting from The Scoop. I absolutely love this project when I first saw it on HomeTalk. I clipped it to one of my hometalk clipboards.

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  8. This is absolutely awesome, Susan!

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