We've all got at least one hiding in our home office or basement — time to show them off!
The trick to making this metal cabinet look like an engraved wooden one is all in the picture frames that are mounted on the front of the drawers — stylish hardware doesn't hurt either.
This is a smart solution for someone who wants a customized work space. Paint a wood plank, length of your choice, and secure it to two symmetrical cabinets. A monochromatic palette styles this up a bit.
The secret behind that fancy filigree detail: a spray-painted rubber mat. The base is, you guessed it, just a cabinet that's flipped on its side and drawers removed.
Another flip-the-cabinet-on-its-side trick — this time for the garage, where everyone could use a rake, shovel, and all-around big tool wrangler.
Sometimes a filing cabinet still just needs to be a filing cabinet. For this revamp, a dreamy Pottery Barn side table was the inspiration. Balsa wood dressed things up for just $10.
A bright paint job, butcherblock top, and bar for hanging storage makes this a handy station for a tiny kitchen.
No self-respecting design lover wants to look at an ugly beige or gray behemoth in their home office. In this case, the bleah organizer gets a feminine transformation with a delicate, floral stenciled-on finish.
We spotted this clever way to create a cozy, kid-friendly reading nook on . Even better: It offers a place to file all your child's artwork, report cards, and notebooks.
Turn a wide cabinet into a mini dresser with a little paint. Here, a dated wood finish is white washed — with the exception of two arrows that peek through and reveal the original finish.