Sewing Machine Drawers

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Repurposed Sewing Machine Drawers www.homeroad.net

A great little find at the thrift store gets a more functional makeover.
I loved this little set of antique sewing machine drawers but someone had put a shelf on the top at one point with "D" rings to hang it sideways that made no sense to me... 

So my very first step was to remove the shelf... 

You'll be seeing that on another project you can be sure of that!

Repurposed Sewing Machine Drawers www.homeroad.net


I'm using Fusion Mineral Paint on this project in Coal Black. 

I love that it will stick to wood with no sanding or priming and the best part is that there is no need for a top coat.

Repurposed Sewing Machine Drawers www.homeroad.net

The paint goes on smoothly and covered these drawers in just one coat. 

I changed out the old original hardware with a couple of vintage brass knobs then covered the 2 holes in the top of the box with brass pins leftover from this unusual hutch I found on the side of the road.

repurposed sewing machine drawers www.homeroad.net

The redesigned version of these sewing machine drawers makes a lot more sense to me...

Repurposed Sewing Machine Drawers www.homeroad.net

It is now perfect storage for an office or I might just keep it 
for make-up in my own bathroom!


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7 comments

  1. It makes a lot more sense to me too and it looks a whole lot better. Love it!!!

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    1. I'm keeping it for myself Betsy :) Works great in the bathroom

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  2. Cute! Perfect for "smalls" like earrings or paper clips and post its!

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    1. Thanks Cassie... yes, the office is another great idea :)

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  3. What a great idea for repurposing sewing machine drawers! So many uses for these :)

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    1. Thank you so much Marie :) It was an easy repurpose and the Fusion Mineral Paint was fabulous to work with :)

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  4. This is a neat project I love it. Next time I'm out junking I'll have to look for some of these drawers they would be great in my workshop.

    Carole @ Garden Up Green

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