DIY Built-In Dresser!

If your master room isn’t that big or if the walls are bit slanted and the furniture won’t fit flush, then you should consider building your dresser to maximize the space around!

First of all, cut a hole into the wall to see what’s in there. If you find no insulation, add plywood flooring. You should then frame the opening for support.

After that, start building the drawers. Think about lining the outside of the box with cedar (for potential bugs)

Glide the structure into the space an make sure it fits perfectly (no space should be left). Add around 4 coats of paint and here you are! Your build-in dresser is finished!
The great thing about it is that you gain 3 drawers without taking away from the room space!

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