kitchen island made out of dresser turned on its side

April 25th, 2010 in member junk     
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turned a dresser on its side, gutted the inside (saved the drawers for another project), this is the front, curtains and a chicken wire frame, chalkboard top, with cutting board
one end of the dresser turned kitchen island. Tinker toys hold towels, chalkboard paint, scrabble pieces spell out one step at a time is ok.
the other end of the kitchen island made from a dresser. Curtain brackets hold a rolling pin with blue handles and towels...The backside is a giant chalkboard framed with a cheap picture frame
one view of half of my livingroom. The mirror had a small crack so I got it for 20.00. I covered it with doilie and other vintage items
To cover the small crack in the old mirror, I used a vintage clutch purse, old pendant necklace and small old hand mirror! Its adorable.
turned a dresser on its side, gutted the inside (saved the drawers for another project), this is the front, curtains and a chicken wire frame, chalkboard top, with cutting board

turned a dresser on its side, gutted the inside (saved the drawers for another project), this is the front, curtains and a chicken wire frame, chalkboard top, with cutting board


Fixing up my house to be my portfolio for Po'Folks Creations opening next month!


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posted in: member junk, artwork, frame, mirror

Comments (3)

artteachergirl writes: Hi Annie
The counter top paint is Rustoleum Counter Top Paint...easy and inexpensive fix for about $23. They have lots of colors, but not sure if red in one of them. Love your island idea!! Vicki Posted: 10:03 pm on April 27th
junkermidge writes: What a clever way to make a kitchen island. You've certainly been busy. Hope you have a great Grand Opening!
Midge Posted: 8:26 pm on April 26th
alicemom writes: Good luck with your endeavor!
smiles, alice Posted: 11:13 am on April 25th
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