This vintage exit sign is one of my new favorite items of quirk in my home. In the event that you missed my post about any of it, you could not understand that this is not at all something I available at an antique shop–it’s actually faux vintage. I really made it out of an old drawer front.Those lonely drawers with out a dresser that you spot at curbside trash piles and garage sales? Don’t pass them by! Drawers are now super easy to repurpose and there is a lot that you can do with all or section of a drawer. Drawer fronts routinely have some form of beveled or raised edge, which adds far more character to a task when compared to a regular board. And drawer boxes are exactly that–a ready made box! Take a look at a few of the neat ways you are able to transform old drawers with your 5 Ways to Repurpose a Drawer.
1. Wall Organizer
Lined drawers with cork and pretty fabric, then turned them topsy-turvy on the wall. The effect? Bulletin boards with display space, shadow-box style!
Here’s a fun accept what you are able to do with a kitchen . This rustic drawer got legs and pretty upholstery to become an ottoman!
That is certainly one of the best drawer transformations. Refinished this old drawer with cup handles and wear it a small table to generate the perfect spot for houseplants.
4. Bedroom Storage
Shares another way that drawers may become furniture with the addition of legs. I love the pretty mint paper and gold chevron lining with this end-of-bed storage unit.
5. Rolling Storage
Drawers were intended for storage, so it’s a simple fit to make the most of their storage capabilities once you repurpose them. I just like the convenience of wheels on these toy bins created from drawers.