11 responses to “Dresser to Entertainment Center {Tutorial}”

  1. Kim Lynch

    This is the post i have been waiting for. I have a small piece of furniture I want to paint black for my kitchen.

    1. monogramsandmakeovers

      Do it! Its so fun to give furniture a makeover. Can’t wait to see pictures!

  2. Mindi

    Great job! I am glad you ended up liking the hardware, I LOVE it! I found you at Vintage Revivals!

  3. Jamie Rowe

    Came on over from Vintage Revivals. Looks great, I love the hardware. Looks classic, yet updated with the new color. Great Job.

    1. monogramsandmakeovers

      Thanks so much! I’m so glad I kept the original hardware.

  4. Rochelle

    I also came over from Vintage Revivals – great job! Love the nickle hardware! It’s so close to what the other woman in that post is looking to do – you’ll be a great resource for her. Hope she checks it out. I’m off to look at some of your other pieces for inspiration.
    PS – Handy dads are the best!

  5. Rochelle

    I just realized you are the person from the original post – I need another cup of coffee, obviously! Great job!

    1. monogramsandmakeovers

      Hahaha, thank you! Yes, handy Dad’s are a must in my DIY life!

  6. Erin@Managing the Manor

    Stopping by from East Coast Creative Contest. Your piece looks lovely! Great job with the dresser and the hardware. We did something similar to this last year, turning an old dresser into a media console. The storage is great! Good luck with the contest :)

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