This vintage exit sign is one of my new favorites in my home. If you missed my post about it HereMaybe you don’t realize I didn’t find this in an antique shop – it’s actually an artificial vintage. I actually made it out of an old drawer front.
Those lonely drawers without a chest of drawers that you discover at roadside dumps and flea markets? Do not go past them! Drawers are actually super easy to reuse and there are a lot you can do in whole or in part with one drawer. Drawer fronts usually have some sort of beveled or raised edge that adds a lot more character to a project than a regular board. And drawer boxes are just that – a finished box! Check out some of the neat ways you can transform old drawers with these 5 ways to reuse a drawer.
1. Wall organizer
Chic California Lined drawers with cork and pretty fabric, then turned upside down against the wall. The result? Notice boards with exhibition space in shadow box style!
Here’s a fun depiction of what you can do with a drawer Beyond the picket fence. This rustic drawer has legs and pretty cushions to turn into an ottoman!
This is one of my favorite drawer converters. Happy together This old drawer with cup handles has been refinished and placed on a small table to create the perfect space for indoor plants.
4. Bedroom storage
Two it yourself shares another way that drawers with extra legs can become furniture. I love the pretty mint paper and gold chevron lining of this storage unit at the end of the bed.
5. Roller bearing
Drawers were designed for storage so it’s easy to take advantage of their storage options when you reuse them. I like the convenience of the wheels on these drawer toy containers Real housewives.
What’s in your drawers Do you have an extra lying around that you want to reuse?
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