Reinventing objects in a new context is one of the most popular trends in interior design, and you'd be surprised just how creative you can be with regular household items. According to Better Homes and Gardens, if you have an old dresser that you're not using, you can convert one of the drawers into a series of shelves that will perk up the look of your space.
Start by painting the drawer in the color of your choice, and leave the knobs or other hardware attached to add a bit of character. Add a small piece of plywood on the inside of the drawer to act as a shelf, and see if you can seamlessly attach a small towel rack to the bottom of the piece to improve its utility.
To give your new shelf an aesthetic boost, consider lining the backing of the drawer with colorful drawer liners. This is a wonderful place to add a bit of color contrast in your washroom, and you can place matching candles and other bath products on the shelves to create a streamlined look.
With countless bathroom accessories to choose from, sometimes it's far more enjoyable to explore your creative side to craft a lasting accent for your home. What repurposed bathroom furnishings have you made in your spare time?
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