99 Clever Ways To Transform A Boring Dresser

    You have 99 problems but a dresser ain't one. Anymore.

    1. Paint a tribute to Warhol

    2. Add fabric to the sides of the drawers

    3. Cover the drawers with faux wood paneling

    4. Use lace to re-cover the drawers

    5. Paint stripes (even on laminate)

    6. Use stenciled letters to mark a special occasion

    7. Or your favorite song

    8. Or a tribute to your favorite city

    9. Turn the whole thing into a train car

    10. Add card-catalog pulls as handles

    11. Add a Herringbone Accent

    12. Use spray-painted toys as handles

    13. Or half a plastic toy

    14. Get a weathered look with milk paint and wax

    15. Bling it up with metallic paint

    16. Go bold with painted drawers

    17. Use reverse stenciling to highlight natural wood

    18. Add decals in any design

    19. Add a geometric pattern to the top

    20. Use shutters for a textured herringbone pattern

    21. Replace the drawers with baskets

    22. Cover the drawers with maps

    23. Or do both

    24. Ombre...

    25. ...Ombre...

    26. ...Ombre!

    27. Use magnetic paint

    28. Use wood stain in various colors

    29. Use paint to copy this Dorothy Draper design

    30. Stripe all the way around it

    31. Use stripes in every direction

    32. Wrap it in newspaper

    33. Stencil on some scallops

    34. Paint on some intricate faux scrollwork

    35. Cover the top in gift wrap

    36. Add a touch of leather

    37. Add a 'stache (or three)

    38. Paint on an optical illusion

    39. Add bold graphic circles

    40. Or triangles

    41. Use nailheads as giant labels

    42. Use a paint pen to make a cross-stitch pattern

    43. Reverse stencil on a sea creature

    44. Or something else seaworthy

    45. DIY a bone-inlay design

    46. Outline the dresser in nailheads

    47. Cover it with silver leaf

    48. Add depth with paint-outlined drawers

    49. Use Sharpie to stencil on some French flair

    50. Or scribble on some fun words

    51. Add gold brackets for a campaign look

    52. Use wood icing to add texture

    53. Give it some nautical stripes

    54. Replace drawer pulls with rope

    55. Use house numbers for pulls

    56. Add casters

    57. Screw on some MegaBlocks

    58. Add vinyl letters

    59. Give it a pattern and a monogram

    60. Carry a stenciled design onto the top

    61. Add molding in fun shapes

    62. Get rid of the drawers

    63. Use the drawers as a bookshelf

    64. Go crazy with colorful paint

    65. Add a little leopard

    66. Add pretty graphic drawer liners

    67. Paint the inside a contrasting color

    68. Mix and match patterns

    69. Add door-knocker handles

    DIY here.

    70. Glue on colored pencils

    71. Paint on some waves

    72. Use leather for DIY pulls

    73. Cover the drawers with tile

    74. Add mirrors on all sides

    See how they did it here.

    75. Paint on a Union Jack

    76. Personalize with a blown-up family photo

    77. Or a colorful poster

    78. Add new mid-century modern legs

    79. Glue on some antique yardsticks

    80. Cover it with multicolored wooden shims

    81. Let the paint drip

    82. Make drawers into the world's biggest Legos

    83. Use fabric or paint for a faux-mosaic look

    84. Add a gilded diamond

    85. Create a mosaic with cracked mirror

    86. Decoupage with botanical prints

    87. Or use handles to create faux suitcase drawers

    88. Replace drawers with mismatched suitcases

    89. Add a clean chevron to a rustic frame

    90. Add chalkboard paint for easy labeling

    91. Add vertical stripes with geometric stencils

    92. Cover it with sheet music

    93. Add a DIY concrete top

    94. Use nailheads for a DIY swirl design

    95. Use PVC pipe to make a modern design

    96. Paint a fun geometric pattern

    97. Add a Greek key design

    98. Modge podge many family photos

    99. Give it some graffiti

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