kitchen island made from old dresser

March 11th, 2010 in member junk     
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always wanted a kitchen island, so I had an old dresser that I had kept, just because it was so cute, painted green chalkboard paint, and well thought, if I turn this on its side, rip the guts out, I need to remind myself daily, that today I do the best I can.....
other end of island. The rolling pin is held up with curtain rod holders the metal dollar store ones, then a little glue, you have a towel holder!
always wanted a kitchen island, so I had an old dresser that I had kept, just because it was so cute, painted green chalkboard paint, and well thought, if I turn this on its side, rip the guts out, I need to remind myself daily, that today I do the best I can.....

always wanted a kitchen island, so I had an old dresser that I had kept, just because it was so cute, painted green chalkboard paint, and well thought, if I turn this on its side, rip the guts out, I need to remind myself daily, that today I do the best I can.....


twin headboard fireplace front, kitchen island out of dresser. I am getting ready to start my little business. I decorate with thrift strore re-dos and only charge my clients for materials and 10 bucks an hour. They describe their dream room, colors, etc.. I sketch up a few differen't ideas. We go shopping togeather to the thrift stores. I explain what we could use and what it will end up being, and agree on a budget! FUN! My dream since I was a little girl is to have a playhouse. I eventually will have the rotton garage ripped down, and my little (adult sized) room built. I will sell the creative things I make so people can afford them!


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Annie Valline ( Po Folks Creator)
posted in: member junk, wood, eclectic, kitchen, fabric, red, kitchen island out of dresser

Comments (3)

suewhitney writes: Great island. Sounds like you have a fun little business going. Good luck!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 8:07 am on March 13th
oldnews writes: Everyone has to have a dream! Best of luck with yours! That's exciting! marie Posted: 12:45 am on March 12th
alicemom writes: Much good luck on your new business venture!
smiles, alice Posted: 9:31 pm on March 11th
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