If you’ve always wanted to re-do a piece of furniture, check out these 14 ideas, with DIY dressers ranging from stenciled to chalkboard!
I’ve refurbished a few tables and other pieces of furniture in my life, but never a dresser. It’s on my list of things that I need to accomplish in the next year! In trying to figure out exactly how I want to refurnish my dresser, I did a little research and found a ton of great ideas.
It turns out there are a lot of creative people out there, who have done everything from decoupage to chalkboard. Now it’s just a matter of deciding what I want to do!
I’m leaning towards something modern and painted . . . but we’ll see. In the meantime, enjoy these 14 refurbished dressers – just scroll down to see them.
Make a dresser perfect for a kids’ room by paint a fun character (like this robot) right on the drawer fronts.
Typically we don’t write on the furniture, but with this project, it’s encouraged!
I love the idea of repainting a dresser and then stenciling the fronts of the drawers.
Bright and Pink
Aubrey madeover the dresser with the help of some bright colors of spray paint.
All you need to do to makeover this IKEA malm dresser is added greek key fretwork to the front.
Kate used her favorite family photos and Mod Podged them to the front – and it makes an amazing statement.
Mod Podge Makeover
You aren’t going to believe the “before” pictures – these DIY dressers were completely madeover with Mod Podge and paint.
Ombre will never go out of style, in my opinion – look how gorgeous it looks on this dresser.
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David used vinyl letters to paint his version of subway inspired art directly on the drawer fronts.
Paint a gorgeous compass on the drawer fronts for a statement piece.
Use a paint pen to hand scroll what’s inside the drawers on the front.
See the photo at Flickr user Kara
I love the combination of brown stain with a painted stencil on this modern dresser.
An out-of-date dresser gets a modern makeover just by adding a little paint.
Paint and Decoupage
A combination of paint and decoupage gives this drawer a totally new look.