Build and create unique rustic furniture with a whole new purpose.
-Flip vintage dressers into buffets and antique buffets into media consoles.
-Reuse vintage doors to create a rustic king or queen-size bed.
-Turn a vanity or desk into nightstands or end tables.
-Recycle a cabinet into a kitchen island or bathroom vanity.
Here, our customer requested oversized nightstands and a matching dresser. I found this ornate bedroom set on the marketplace and knew immediately that we could turn it into oversized nightstands, as requested. We simply cut the chest of drawers in half, built new bottoms, and added rustic plank-style tops. Lastly, we painted the dresser and nightstands in a matching weathered patina finish for some farmhouse charm.
In this repurposed project, we took an ordinary dresser and turned it into a buffet. We removed the middle and bottom drawers to create a large open cupboard and built farmhouse doors to close off this open space. We added a green faux weathered finish to add some country flare.
Pictured above, we took an everyday desk or vanity and created a pair of nightstands with deep drawers and lots of storage. We removed the original top to separate the pedestals and added plank-style wood tops before painting these slim tables in a beachy weathered finish. These nightstands are perfect for small spaces.
This time, we took an everyday desk or vanity and created a pair of nightstands. We removed the top to separate the pedestals and added some plank-style wood tops before painting these slim tables in a rustic weathered finish with reclaimed metal accents,
In this repurposed project, we took a triple dresser and created a media console for one of our clients. We removed the drawers from the middle section and created a large open cupboard with two shelves. We sanded the original top down to bare wood and applied a new stain to revive and restore the original top to like-new condition. We added a white rustic farmhouse weathered finish to add some southern charm.
In this recycled project, we took a desk and created two nightstands for one of our clients. We removed the top drawer completely, to allow feet to be added to the bottom, so they wouldn't be too tall. We added plank-style tops, stained them with a dark wood stain, and added a rustic patina-weathered finish.
A 70s-style china cabinet turned farmhouse hutch. We removed the glass doors from the top to expose some open shelving. A Patina metal backsplash was added to the top and also to the three middle drawers. Bun-style feet were added, as well as a plank-style top. We added a white weathered painted finish with rusty patina accents.
Our customer requested a custom furniture piece for her retail gift shop. She expressed she needed a cashier counter with extra storage for her overflowing amount of wrapping paper. In this repurposed project, we flipped an ornate dresser into this, one-of-a-kind cashier counter. From the front, it looks like a dresser but none of the drawers open. We gutted the inside and created a cubby space with a shelving system so she could store all the wrapping paper.
In this repurposed project, we took some upper kitchen cabinets with glass doors and created a rustic entryway cabinet. We joined the two cabinets together, removed the glass in the doors, and added a new plank-style top. The glass in the doors was replaced with a 100-year-old reclaimed barn tin. A textured, white weathered finish was added to the outside and an aqua weathered finish was added to the inside. We also added some bun-style feet to complete this rustic farmhouse cabinet.
In this upcycled project, we took an everyday desk or vanity and created a pair of nightstands. Again, we removed the top to separate the pedestals and added rustic, plank-style wood tops. These slim tables were painted in a blue rustic weathered finish.