Before & After: An Old Dresser Gets a Refresh (In a New Room)

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This 1916 dresser was looking a little worse for wear when Karen picked it up at a thrift store, but she knew that she could make it work for her in an unexpected place.

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Karen says:

I purchased a very old dresser (dated 1916) for $62.50 at the local Habitat for Humanity ReStore and knew it had a new purpose ahead of it. It took a bit of work, but with some paint, new knobs, a towel bar, and an IKEA butcher block top, this dresser is the life of the kitchen! Win!

See more at Year of Serendipidy.

Thank you Karen!

(Image credits: Karen Goodman)

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