If you manage to find an entire dressers’ worth full of drawers, consider turning them into an awesome modular bookcase! All that’s needed is a fresh coat of paint, some decoupage work, and a few screws to hold it all together.
Why would you ever buy an expensive pet bed from the store when you could make one as cute as this?
I love the beachy look of this charming shelf, and it doesn’t look like it was made from a drawer at all!
My life could definitely use some more organization, and this cubby organizer is such a great idea! I love the blue paint used by the blogger at My Repurposed Life, but there so many fun color combinations you could do!
I just love this delicate little drawer-turned-centerpiece! From Evija With Love glued decorative moulding to her drawer to make it pretty, but if you’re lucky, you might be able to find a drawer that already has some woodwork on it.
The drawer used to make this candle holder was definitely on the smaller side, but this is a great project to do if you don’t have a ton of room in your house for new furniture.
Have you been wondering what to do with a drawer that has a nice front but an unusable interior? These drawer front hangers are your answer!
If you usually pack lunches for yourself or for your family, this is such a clever way to streamline the morning rush! In fact, it’s almost genius.
This cute little rolling drawer will really help you make the most of your under-the-bed storage space! This is an especially great idea to help your kids keep their rooms tidy, but I wouldn’t mind having one in my own room.
This ottoman is so cute! Or, as the blogger at Beyond The Picket Fencesaid, it’s ‘ottodrawertastic’. It even has plenty of storage for your magazines, blankets, and books!
If you can never seem to keep your craft supplies organized, this is a great way to store your ribbons or even rolls of stickers and labels.
Chalkboard paint can really save the day! This is so useful: it has hooks for your keys, a bulletin board, and plenty of space to write little chalk notes.