4 the Love!

Hmmmm. I’m all for encouraging creativity in your children, but … this is the point where you gently take the Sharpie away and “accidentally” haul the dresser downstairs, load it in the trunk and drop it off at Goodwill. And sign that kid up for an art class, cuz damn.

You are probably thinking that I’m confused and used the wrong after picture. Nope! Kristy from 4 the Love of Wood used the fuggo dresser as bones for this lovely … what would you call it? It’s much fancier than a shelf … étagère? Fantastic all the same. Thanks Kristy!












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  1. Wow, the “after” is gorgeous!

  2. Craziness! Love the end. So wasn’t expecting that.

  3. Okay, that has to be the best before and after that I have ever seen! Truly inspirational!

  4. WOW! That is an overhaul for sure!

  5. Nuh uh! I don’t even believe that that’s the same piece of furniture! WOW. That’s some serious vision and skill.

  6. Wow! Girl has SKILLS!

  7. no. way!!!

  8. Gorgeous!!

  9. That is crazy! They don’t even look remotely related.

  10. Man I love clever people who can see whole DIFFERENT pieces of furniture out of things.

    That is beautiful.

    Not gonna lie, I’m sorta obsessed with the giant oval clock on her shelf even more than the shelf itself.

  11. Man I love clever people who can see whole DIFFERENT pieces of furniture out of things.

    That is beautiful.

    Not gonna lie, I’m sorta obsessed with the giant oval clock on her shelf even more than the shelf itself.

  12. Man I love clever people who can see whole DIFFERENT pieces of furniture out of things.

    That is beautiful.

    Not gonna lie, I’m sorta obsessed with the giant oval clock on her shelf even more than the shelf itself.

  13. Sweet baby Jesus, Kristy is more than just creative — she is a bloody genius. Talk about seeing something from nothing… V V Impressed.

  14. hehe i love how they spelled “swetters”

  15. color me impressed.

    xoxo
    Becky
    http://rawpotatoes.blogspot.com/

  16. Wow that is a pretty crazy redo!

  17. Wow…this is amazing!

  18. OH MY GAWD! you guys are all so nice, and thank you Lindsey for featuring my work.
    Kristy @ 4 the love of WOOD

  19. Now that takes vision! The “before” reminded me of when my 14yo was a toddler. He was just so fast and mischievous. He’s even faster and still mischievous, but 14yo mischief isn’t the same as 3yo mischief. Thanks for sharing this terrific makeover, and for the trip down memory lane.

  20. O.K. I generally don’t leave comments, though I love the blog, but this one…I mean I had a hard time believing it was the same piece of furniture! Love it.

  21. What!?!?!?!? That is so flippin’ awesome, I have no words. Totally creative!

  22. That kid seriously gets his creativity from his mama!!!!

  23. WOW!!! That “piece” would have been gone to the dump! I wouldn’t have even taken it to the curb!!! LOVE the big clock!!! Where did you find it?????

  24. WOW – That’s impressive!

  25. Good heavens, somebody needs to buy some art paper for those kiddies! The finished project is amazing-especially considering what they had to work with.

  26. Love “after”!!!!!

  27. We went back and forth to preview the before and after quite a few times.. So impressed with the after result, omg you are a real artist!!!

  28. Anonymous says:

    Amazing…What immagination! You Rock

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