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Old Dresser Converted to Beverage Center

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A free dresser with peeling veneer became a portable outdoor beverage center. A drawer was removed to make a shelf for glassware, and drawer #2 was customized to hold up to four 2 liter bottles. An ice trough was made for the top and behind the doors the tools needed for an outdoor bar are stored. Two coats of latex paint, one coat of Ebony stain and two coats of marine varnish later it was ready to party. See the whole transformation and all the photos at www.BlissRanch.blogspot.com

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  • 3sonscrazy
    3sonscrazy Fort Collins, CO

    That is quite an upgrade. I especially like the lettering. Pour me a tall one. Cheers.

  • Joy2Journey
    Joy2Journey Andover, MN

    Love what Bliss can create! She has so much talent :)

  • Sherry L
    Sherry L Deridder, LA

    I didn't recycle but I did add a beverage station when we remodeled my kitchen. It is across the room from the prep and cooking area so guest (and family) can fix drinks without getting in the cooks way. That and my island are the best features of

  • Sherry L
    Sherry L Deridder, LA

    I really like this one for outdoors.

  • Eclectically Vintage - Kelly

    I was just telling my hubs about this saying I needed one of these (after my 3rd trip into the house to mix up a batch of margaritas)!

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