Who says a drawer is just a drawer? Or a table is nothing more than a table? With a little innovation and sweat equity, you can transform your current furniture into that perfect item you’ve been looking for. The best part is, furniture hacks give you custom piece that no one else will have.
Instead of spending your weekend hunting down furniture stores, take stock of items you aren’t currently using and use these repurposing furniture hacks can give you exactly what you’re looking for at a fraction of the cost and twice the creativity.
This beautiful ottoman started out as a coffee table. A little foam, fabric, and paint transformed this old wooden coffee table into designer furniture. A great example or repurposing furniture.
When you replace your dining chairs, and you have extra seats lying around, transform them into a beautiful bench that can be used indoors or outdoors. You already have the seats and the legs, all you need is a few extra supplies and you have brand new seating.
This beautiful custom headboard looks like it came straight out of the pages of a magazine, but it actually came from the side of a road. This headboard is actually a wooden door with a little crown molding and paint to transform it into the perfect bedroom addition.
If you have an old dresser that you’re no longer using, breath in fresh life with a TV stand makeover from Handimania. Not only is it a beautiful and sturdy stand for a TV, it also includes plenty of space for electronics and storage.
Need a little extra space and a place to rest for feet? Look no further. An old drawer with a fresh top makes for the perfect ottoman. You could even add feet, or wheels. Crafty Lady Lindsay
Once upon a time every home in America had essentially the same entertainment center designed for big box TV’s. Now, those entertainment centers riddle garage sales everywhere just begging to be transformed into a child’s paradise.Giggle Berry Creations
When you take the drawers out of your dresser to make that TV stand in the living room, you can use them as brand new kitchen shelving!
Can you believe that this custom entry coat rack was once the end of a bunk bed? A little paint, hooks, and imagination and you have a beautiful storage solution for coats, hats, and bags.
I hope you have been inspired on what possibilities are out there. Repurposing furniture isn’t hard, it just requires you to look at things differently. Look past what they are, and see what they could be!