Recently I decided to get busy on some long lost projects and get them ready to sell. Today’s project is all about repurposing an old kitchen drawer into a small shelf.
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I had several of these drawers in storage. One of which I used years ago to make the DIY Child’s Kitchen Center . Sometime in the recent months, I dug one of these black drawers out and gave it a fresh coat of DIY chalky paint primer, and a top coat. Then it went back into storage for a long time.
As I said, I was tying up some lose ends recently so I got this little drawer out and cleaned it up a little.
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I wanted to kitchen drawer / small shelf to have an older look to it. This Rust-Oleum smoked glaze was perfect for the job! I applied the glaze and wiped it off with a small rag. The best thing about this glaze? It seals and protects the chalk paint—in this case a diy chalky paint primer made with Plaster of Paris.
This small shelf made from a kitchen drawer is perfect for a tight space.
Have you seen my roller stamped drop cloth curtains? Look for another easy drawer makeover coming later this month for my Thrift Store décor project.
What have you made from an old drawer?