A coat of fresh paint can change a worn piece of furniture into something new altogether, and has served as a tool in every DIY design fan's arsenal. And sometimes, the piece is just right to create even more impact with texture...giving a piece a custom, hand-designed look. Here are five DIY ideas to give your dresser a full-on, next-level makeover.
The dresser above by Matt Summers (via Design Sponge) has me floored, or is it blinded? Matt used pieces of wooden blinds to create the Herringbone effect.
Jill made her otherwise "blah" dresser a little more dressy with the addition of paper, simply Mod-Podged to the drawer fronts.
Ever wonder what to do with that huge builder bathroom mirror you took down? Get it cut, and put it on your dresser for a gorgeous mirrored look.
For the look of texture without the actual texture, Lisa used a wide piece of lace as a stencil for her dresser re-do.
Michelle carefully cut wooden rings from the craft store and adhered them to her dresser before the paint job began. Keeping everything white made the real interest happen in the shadow play of the rings.
What other mediums have you used on furniture?