Repurposed chest of drawers/TV cabinet

August 22nd, 2009 in member junk     
Craftyladie Craftyladie, member
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I had a chest of drawers that I no longer needed for that purpose. The style of it screamed cottage style TV cabinet. My house is cottage style and I thought this fit in perfectly. My DBF took out the top 2 drawers, added a heavier piece of wood to hold the TV, framed around the TV cubby and added hinged doors. He left the bottom drawer to store DVD's, etc. and left a shelf open for the DVR and other electronics. I painted the doors to match the cabinet and painted the rose patterns but I didn't have to paint the cabinet otherwise. He also put wheel rollers so it would be easier to move if necessary.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, furniture, cottage style, repurposed chest of drawers, TV cabinet

Comments (6)

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RustyDiva writes: Love this idea. Looks awesome in your home. Posted: 10:27 am on August 24th
smiller0529 writes: Very nice! Great job of recycling! Posted: 11:23 pm on August 22nd
wendygail2 writes: I've seen this on flickr, and fell in love with it as soon as I saw it! Posted: 9:14 pm on August 22nd
Craftyladie writes: Thank you so much suewhitney! I have been loving Junkmarket for awhile now. All these talented ladies really inspire me! I'm glad to be a part of it now sharing my projects. Posted: 10:49 am on August 22nd
suewhitney writes: Hi Craftyladie!

Welcome to JUNKMARKET Style!! This is a fabulous re-do. Great example of how something can be altered to fit a new purpose. Bravo! I can't wait to see more projects from you.

Happy Junking,
Sue Posted: 10:05 am on August 22nd
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