Dresser Drawer Frames


Dresser Drawer Frames

Learn how to repurpose dresser drawers with this clever DIY photo frame idea!


Dresser Drawer Frames
Dresser Drawer Frames

Transform Dresser Drawer Frames into unique and stylish wall art.  With a cheap chest of drawers, you can create this fun storage system, perfect for displaying art or storing bathroom items.  Thrift store crafts like this are always so much fun to put together!

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Main MaterialPaint

MaterialsPaint, Recycled Materials


Materials List

  • Old chest of drawers
  • Paint
  • Hooks (optional)

How to Repurpose Dresser Drawers


  1. Remove any hardware from the drawers.

  2. Paint whatever color you'd like and let dry completely.

  3. Attach hooks in the drawer if you want to use them to hang pictures.

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I've never seen anything like this before. I love the idea because it's so unique. I wonder what I'd look like in my house!

This is a very unique idea. I can see one on the kitchen wall holding my kitchen utensils. No digging in drawers to find my favorite spatula. Or a small one by the back door to hold car keys. The ideas are running wild in my head. Thanks for the inspiration.

That's very creative and would make a unique focal point in any room! Some drawers can be heavy, though, especially from older furniture, so I would be careful to hang them somewhere that could handle the weight. I am not sure how to keep the pictures in the drawer/frame, either. Any ideas?

I love this idea! It's so much more unique than just hanging a painting on the wall, and it adds some dimension to the room.

How did you attach the drawers to the wall? And, did you attach the drawers to each other in any way?


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