Monday, April 4, 2016

Upcycled Dressers: Painted, Wallpapered & Decoupaged pt 2


What better way to recycle an old piece of furniture than to upcycle it into something brand new? Check out these great examples from some folks who have done just that with dressers and chests of drawers. With some paint, stencils, decoupage and a little imagination, you too can create your own custom furniture masterpiece!

Bibus vintage red upcycled dresser by LaRabotine via Etsy


 Beautiful dresser makeover by Barb Blair
Beautiful dresser makeover by Barb Blair




 How to decoupage wallpaper onto dressers from Spoonflower blog
How to decoupage wallpaper onto dressers from Spoonflower blog


Contrasting drawers command attention and add interest




Turquoise dresser from Home Adore




Wash & dry dresser by Salvaged Inspirations








Recycled old dresser makeover by Spoonful of Imagination




Before & after dresser makeover (source)





Dresser makeover from kammyskorner.com




Colorful drawers on this little nightstand make it stand out for sure





Contrasting drawers makeover by The Crawford Clan


https://www.pinterest.com/pin/94857135880668058/







Dripped paint on a dresser for a unique effect 
Rich colors on this unique dresser


Outstanding!:
Distressed & painted dresser


Old dresser drawers turned wall shelves by Stacey at Addison Meadows Lane




Letter-top side table from hometalk.com 



I hope you enjoyed this post! Which is your favorite?
Please leave a comment below! 

What do you think?

Enjoy the rest of your week! 
Love, Laura




My broken china jewelry is always available for purchase at https://www.etsy.com/shop/dishfunctionldesigns



4 comments:

  1. So many beautiful and original chests, I can not choose...

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  2. your a very sweet person and kind to share so many clever and beautiful ideas and photos your a breathe of fresh air I cant choose yet my fav. yet cause I have so much to still look at and get more inspired , but for now I'm reading on an old vintage dresser ive had seems like 100 years and its drawers are already broke thanks for the great ideas!......................Melissa

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, glad you enjoyed the post!

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