So I posted about my home office mood board a couple weeks ago and mentioned that I wanted to get a dresser for my crafts. Well I finally found one and I wanted to share with you part one of my makeover.
I picked out the Shoal Creek dresser at sauder.com and when it came by UPS the week after ordering it I was super excited about putting it together.
Well, it took all day! Five hours to be exact but despite how long it actually took to put together it was easy to assemble and I loved it at completion. We also caught up on a lot of our dvred shows while we were putting it together. Which could have totally been part of the reason it took so long. Ha!
As soon as we got it assembled we brought it in the office and I started loading it up with all my crafting goodies. We did have a few problems with the pieces. Which we all know happens sometimes when things get shipped in the mail. The top and one of the drawer fronts had dents in them but getting replacement parts was the easiest thing ever. I didn’t even have to call anyone. I went to their site put in what replacement parts I needed and they were at my door step a week later free of charge, no questions asked. Easy peasy lemon squeezey!
It works perfecting for all my regular office supply type items in the top drawers, which are a tad shorter than the other 4. You know things like envelopes, scissors and don’t forget the label maker. The other drawers I filled with ribbon, washi tape, sewing supplies and card making supplies. You name it I probably have it shoved in these drawers. Anybody spot beauty subscription boxes? Yes, you know I re-purpose everything that can hold a good craft supply right?
Don’t mind my empty dresser top. I’m still debating on how else I want to decorate the office. That will come in home office makeover part 2 a bit later.
What creative way could you use a dresser right now?
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