When I purchase a new piece of furniture I often try to imagine using it another way in our home: double duty furniture I say. I mean I switch things around so often I might buy a sofa table for our family room that will soon end up in our entryway instead.
Case in point, my white dresser (I chose this one from Sauder). I first bought it to go in our guest bedroom, but later decided to use Ben’s childhood dresser in that space. So what to do with this new piece? It now holds all of my supplies in my craft room, nicely organized and hidden away behind closed drawers.
So here’s a couple different ways I can “upcycle” my white Sauder dresser…
— THE POSH LOOK —
This dresser can immediately get a facelift against a beautiful greige painted wall, a sunburst mirror, and two glamorous glass lamps. Great if you’re looking for an upscale look on a smaller budget! Maybe a master bedroom?
— THE ROMANTIC LOOK —
— THE NAUTICAL LOOK —
— THE ECLECTIC LOOK —
Because this dresser is white, it’s easy to add huge pops of color without getting overwhelmed. I like to find a piece of art to hang above then pull colors from it for additional accessories, like a lamp and flower arrangement. If you’re going bold though, don’t go overboard with the knick knacks.
— THE ELEGANT LOOK —
So there you have it.
One piece of furniture. Six styles.
Which is YOUR favorite?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Sauder. The opinions and text are all mine.