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So let’s talk a little more about how you can repurpose dressers to help you organize and store things in your house and also look at some examples of organized entryways today. Because a lot of time the two can go hand in hand – you can use a repurposed dresser to help you organize your entryway!
Here’s a great post on 10 clever ways to repurpose dressers
I love this dresser turned entertainment system idea. It doesn’t even look like the same piece of furniture!
Dressers can be used as vanities in the bathroom too. There are tons of information and tutorials on doing this in blogland.
If you have space and it would make sense, add a dresser in your closet to give more storage room.
By the way you can double use out of a dresser that way. Use the frame as shelves and then reuse the drawers as under bed storage!
And you can even use a dresser in a kitchen or eat-in-kitchen area to serve as a buffet and to add extra storage. By the way this is a dresser from Ikea.
Let’s talk about entryways now. If you have any wall space by your front door or garage door creating some sort of organizational space will help so much!
It could be some simple hooks on a board – a simple DIY project.
Even if it is just some simple hooks behind a door – can help so much to coral the “stuff”.
Do you have a mudroom or entryway in your home? Is there some simple things you could do to add some open storage in your entryway? Or maybe you could add a yard sale or thrifted dresser to your home to add some storage.