I don’t know about you, but I’ve tried revamping a dresser before and it’s NOT easy. From scrubbing off the old paint to making sure that the new finish is just right, it definitely takes a special kind of DIY’er to take on a such a project. I’m not quite sure that I’m detail oriented enough for something intricate, so dresser revamps that appeal to me are ones like the cherry blossom dresser above. There’s distressing involved so it’s a bit more forgiving! Are you ready to be amazed? Find more right after the jump.
Stenciled Front 1 of 9A pretty stencil and bright knobs can make all the difference in transforming a dresser.
Get the instructions at Casa Sugar
Pretty Damask 2 of 9You can use a projector to help you trace a pattern onto the front of drawers - then just paint it in.
Learn more about this dresser at Twice Lovely
Classy Chevron 3 of 9Did you know that you can use spray paint to create chevron? I had no idea.
Get the instructions at The Shine Project
Goodwill Revamp 4 of 9A fresh coat of paint and refurbished handles totally transformed this dresser.
Learn how it was done at Salvage Savvy
Greek Keys 5 of 9You'll need a saw to cut the trim to fit, then it's all about painting.
Find the step-by-step at Wit & Whistle
Bright Decoupage 6 of 9Mod Podge fabric to drawer fronts for unique look.
Find the step-by-step at If You Give a Girl a Needle
Mirrored Drawers 7 of 9Get a hardware store to cut the mirrors to fit, and then all you have to do is glue them on.
See the project details at Michelle + Ellie
Designer Inspired 8 of 9This painted dresser takes it cues from a Anthropologie original (and looks just as good if not better!).
Learn more about it at Red Hen Home
Personalized with Photos 9 of 9Decoupage your favorite photos to a dresser for a unique home decor piece.
Get the instructions at Sew Kate Sew