Mid-Century Asymmetrical Dresser

by Rachel Baker on October 9, 2014

This mid-century dresser reminds me of some of the furniture that my grandparents had in their home. I ran across this project and thought it would be a really great upcycle project.

One day, I’ll find something like this, and work it into my home somewhere. Frankly, there’s too much character to a piece like this to walk away from it.

Before and After: Mid-Century Asymmetrical Dresser.

This mid-century modern dresser was picked up a few weeks ago at a Summer yard sale for a steal. It sat in our living room for a while until we finished a few other projects and figured out what we were going to do to it. It originally came with 2 mirrors that had broken frames, were bulky and weighed a ton. Luckily we managed to sell the beveled mirrors and made back our money on the dresser purchase! Who knew there was a market for vintage beveled mirror.

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