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8 Fantastic Dresser Makeovers


Yesterday I shared several ideas for transforming thrift store chairs. It was my first post in my Flea Market Transformations mini-series. Today I'm sharing 8 fantastic dresser makeovers. Click the links below to view the other posts in this series.


Post 1 - 10 Ways to Transform Thrift Store Chairs
Post 2 - 8 Fantastic Dresser Makeovers
Post 3 - 11 Inspiring Uses For Picture Frames
Post 4 - 15 Creative Uses For Flea Market Cups, Bowls, & Plates
Post 5 - 10 Ways to Transform Yard Sale Knick-Knacks, Other Decorative Finds

Transform a long dresser into a beautiful desk. (via - Thrifty and Chic)





If the dresser isn't worth saving then use the drawers to create this fun storage unit. (via - What's On My Porch)



Remove a few drawers and turn the dresser into a fun dresser wine bar. (via - Design And Decor)



A few of the drawers were removed from this dresser and a fresh coat of paint was applied. (via - Pretend Fancy)




This dresser was attached to a night stand to add some height and the drawers were removed to create shelves. (via - 4 The Love Of Wood)



This dresser was transformed for a kids room. She even added extra book storage using ikea spice racks. (via - On the Banks Of Squaw Creek)



I love this dresser that was transformed into a child's bench with storage. (via - My Repurposed Life)




Depending on the height of a dresser, it may make for a perfect bathroom vanity. (via - An Oregon Cottage)



This post is part of the "Thrift Store Finds" mini series. Check out the other post in this series here:

Post 1 - 10 Ways to Transform Thrift Store Chairs
Post 2 - 8 Fantastic Dresser Makeovers
Post 3 - 11 Inspiring Uses For Picture Frames (coming soon)
Post 4 - 15 Creative Uses For Flea Market Cups, Bowls, & Plates (coming soon)
Post 5 - 10 Ways to Transform Yard Sale Knick-Knacks, Other Decorative Finds (coming soon)

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