At Divine Lifestyle, Stacie demonstrates just how fun and easy it can be to add a trendy ombre effect to your home. It's a perfect decorating technique for summer, since, as Stacie explains, "Ombre colored pieces give a water color effect, where the color starts off light and trickles down to a bolder hue." Her ombre project started with a dresser that was rescued from the curb.
Mindi has "seen drawers used for planters several times and loved them." Thanks to a curbside find on her city's clean up day, she finally has the chance to make her own! At My Love 2 Create, she's showing us how it's done.
Linda from With a Blast shares the backstory on this old storage drawers unit. "I have had this particular unit for years...it used to be hidden under my desk." But now that Linda has moved her furniture around, the drawers will be in a more visible area, and she decided they were a little too blah.
Dawn Nicole from Designed by Dawn Nicole gives her husband all the credit for figuring out what to do with the dresser-less set of drawers that had been sitting in their garage for months. One day he asked her, "Do you want me to add legs so you can grow your herbs in them?"
Jen blogs at IHeart Organizing. Although her desk drawer was once beautifully organized with acrylic drawer dividers, she decided to use the drawer dividers in her vanity instead. And five months later, her desk drawer needed some love.
At Diary of a Crafty Lady, Lindsay tells us, "I found a few old drawers on the side of the road during trash day and couldn't pass them up! I turned one into a wall shelf for my
daughter, and with another one I made this storage ottoman!"
Here at Roadkill Rescue, we sometimes see dressers with missing drawers that force crafty people to get creative. Today, Claire from Rustic Pig Designs shares her solution to the opposite problem: using drawers when there isn't a dresser. I think you'll agree her solution is fabulous!
The Gal at Shabby Gal's Nest found this dresser on the curbside during her town's annual spring cleanup. She was able to overlook it's poor condition and see how pretty those curves could be with some sanding and a fresh coat of paint.
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