How to Repurposed Drawers

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Another great project created from a side of the road find...

Repurposed Drawers from a found piece of furniture www.homeroad.net


This piece of furniture has served me well for several projects lately.

Repurposed Drawers from a found piece of furniture www.homeroad.net

So far I created the Vintage Drawer Message Center
and the Pedestal Chalkboard from this found piece of furniture.

Today I'm using another 2 of the top drawers to create
simple library drawers for display.

Repurposed Drawers from a found piece of furniture www.homeroad.net

I painted one with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in
Country Grey and the other with Miss Mustard Seed Paint
in Kitchen Scale.

Repurposed Drawers from a found piece of furniture www.homeroad.net

They are perfect crates for centerpiece display down the center of the table!

Repurposed Drawers from a found piece of furniture www.homeroad.net

Fill them with anything!

Repurposed Drawers from a found piece of furniture www.homeroad.net

Repurposed Drawers from a found piece of furniture www.homeroad.net

They have a great look and were quick and simple to create.


Want to see another project using this found piece? 

See what I did with the front door!



                                                    

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4 comments

  1. I love this idea of using the drawers for a centerpiece on the dining room table. So creative. Now I have to look for a drawer. Love your blog, Cathy

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  2. Love the library drawers and the colors you painted them!!
    ~Cindy

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  3. These are perfect ! Great co!ors too :-)

    Happy Tuesday!
    Sherri

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