Turn a Secondhand Night Stand into a Snuggly Dog Bed

Turn a Secondhand Night Stand into a Snuggly Dog Bed

Jordan says, "I inherited a bunch of my grandmother's old furniture, but over the years (and several moves) I've ended up giving away or selling most of it. At this point, all I have left is a floral chair that I'm planning on recovering and a clunky side table that I've never found particularly useful (it has no shelves inside, so isn't really good for storing the kinds of small things you keep in bedside tables...and I don't have space for it anywhere else).
I've been planning on replacing it with something a little more practical...but then the other day I saw [a] post on transforming an old side table into a cozy dog bed, and knew I had my next project all lined up.

The prep work just involves removing the door and any inner latches, and cleaning the piece really, really well.

After that, all I did was apply three coats of Rust-oleum flat white indoor/outdoor paint."

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Deb on Jun 14, 2013:

Good idea, but... that space is way too small for your dog -- or at least for your dog's bed. Put a flat cushion in there and give him a place to stretch out. That has to be sooooo hot for him wrapped up like a... uhm... hotdog.

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