Antique Dresser Turned Kitchen Island
Here's a fun project I just finished. I purchased the antique c.1920 oak dresser at the flea market about a month ago. I removed two of the drawers and used lovely pine boards for the shelves and top. The case is painted in antique white. The overhang can accommodate two bar stools, and there's plenty of storage from the drawers and shelves. Perfect for a small kitchen!
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How to Turn Buffet to Rustic Kitchen Island DIY
We were asked by some very special people to make them a kitchen island. They just finished renovating their entire kitchen and needed a table and island in one. Since we knew them I knew exactly what her style was...rustic! I knew she would love a barnwood top and I was going to find some! Look what happened next... We were asked to make a kitchen island with a long list of needs that went along with it. We knew it wouldn't be an easy task but we were sure up for the challenge. Here…
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I have an eat-in kitchen but I have no table and very limited storage. In order to create more storage and an eating place, I decided to create an island for my kitchen. I found a dresser on Craigslist for $40. I replaced the top of the dresser with 4, 2 x 10 x 35 pin
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Matt | Franklin, TN on Instagram: “#tbt , still one of my all time favorite boards! I hung onto that maple for a while trying to do something nice with it. And I got to give…”
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How to Add Feet to a Dresser - Before and After
This dresser got a fresh new look with paint, hardware, and the addition of new "feet" and trim. I see honey colored maple dressers just like this one all of the time in thrift shops. You probably do, too. You might even have one in your home. I decided give this one a major update. I started by removing the skirt along the bottom. I was able to simply unscrew the skirt and pry off a few nails and the entire bottom came off. I then attached 1 x 4 and 1 x 3 pieces of wood along…