Have an old dresser than needs a bit of an upgrade? Here are 15 unique DIY dresser ideas . . . these will inspire you to get started!
Have you ever decoupaged a dresser? I've only done it once – but it was one of my favorite Mod Podge projects of all time! Making over a piece of furniture is very rewarding. And I know that many of you have that dresser you've been eyeing at the Goodwill but you don't know what to do with . . . or one that is out in the garage that you haven't brought inside because it looks ugly.
This is your answer. Grab your Mod Podge and decoupage a dresser! It's hard to know where to begin, so I've found 15 ideas for you. Don't wait any longer to revamp that dresser.
I know this sounds like an infomercial, but I'm passionate about Mod Podging furniture – as you might be able to tell. Scroll down to see the inspiration!
Unique DIY Dresser Ideas
Use old book covers (or color copies) to decorate drawer fronts for a child's room.
This dresser by Stacie was a labor of love – she painted the entire thing and then sealed with Mod Podge.
Marian used sheet music to make over the dresser that she got from an auction for $6. If I were going to decoupage a dresser, this is how I'd do it!
Learn how she did it at Miss Mustard Seed
Black and White Damask
I love the contrast of the black and white damask with the painted turquoise of this dresser revamp.
See how Chris made over his dresser with polka dots – he even includes a video.
This tutorial shows you how to use funky papers to decorate drawer fronts – AND get around the tough edges!
Pick a set of maps from a special place or your favorite trip to customize a dresser.
Use your favorite family photos to cover a dresser – the black and white looks really sophisticated.
This dresser re-do is perfect for your favorite geek or in a kids' room.
You'll be amazed when you see the before pictures of these dressers – the colors and papers that were chosen are really pretty!
You can re-do a dresser with just a few pieces of scrapbook paper – making this revamp cost pennies!
Fabric and paper are not the only thing you can use to Mod Podge a dresser – you can also use wallpaper.
Choose your favorite fabric and add to the fronts of dresser drawers using Mod Podge.
Use a selection of butterfly punches and your favorite papers to decorate the front of this dresser.
David carried over his love for vintage postcards into his revamped dresser project. Wouldn't it be fun to decoupage a dresser to commemorate your travels?
If you like these DIY dresser ideas, you're going to love these 15 decoupage furniture projects as well! Just click on the image below to see them: