Kelly blogs over at Primer and Painted Nails. "I got a call from my neighbor the other day because her sister had several pieces of furniture she just wanted gone," she says. This dresser was one of them.
At Names on the Jersey Shore, Susan discovered one disadvantage when she upgraded to a flat screen TV on the wall. "The table we had the old tv on was quickly becoming a clutter spot," she notes. "It's that spot that everyone dumps everything. Obviously we needed a piece of furniture that was smaller but still had room for the Fios box & the Wii, etc."
Julie blogs at Simple Redesign. When she acquired this piece, she decided that having it continue it's life as a dresser really wasn't an option. "I never really liked the waffle pattern on the top drawers. I originally tried to convince myself that it was kinda cool and different, but in the end, they had to go!" she exclaims.
Jaye from Just Tryin' to Make Cents of It All tells us, "We needed a TV Console for our new TV and I just knew I could find something at my favorite thrift store." She found a heavy-duty dresser (circa 1970)that probably came as a matching set with a groovy waterbed.
Guest posting at Crafting in the Rain, Kathi says that she had been considering building a new TV console, but was a little nervous about how it would turn out. When she saw a listing for a free dresser on Craigslist, Kathi decided to take it and forget about building.
Liz Marie, the gal behind Liza Marie Blog, got this old TV console from a Craigslist ad. When she brought it home, she discovered it was much more beat up than she had realized. So, she put some elbow grease into fixing it and giving it a painted makeover.
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