So many little projects happening...a tv console, a thrift store wall clock, an old love seat, some Eastlake chairs.
But today I want to share another "Trash to Treasure." As I have mention, I often find discarded, abused pieces of furniture at the apartments. They either get left behind in a unit or thrown on the trailer I keep out back for bulk trash.
Someone had tossed this oak chest skeleton onto the trailer....
It wasn't in terrible shape but it was missing all the drawers. I hated to just toss it in the dumpster...I knew I could do something with it, just wasn't sure what. I brought it home and waited for inspiration to hit.
I did have to do a little bit of structural repair...nothing major...glue and clamps!
I decided to turn it into a little shelf....kitchen, bath, bedroom...wherever someone might need some extra storage for dishes, towels or even shirts...maybe add some cute baskets or boxes.
I cleaned it up, chalkpainted and distressed the "skeleton," added some stained plywood shelves, and....
I thought about painting the inside but decided to let it be what it is...and old oak dresser repurposed.
Sometimes less is more.