Here's proof that you can have champagne on a beer budget.
This allows you to mix and match cabinets to create different looks.
Lining a wall, a row of these cabinets seriously impresses. This blogger used glass doors on top and solid doors on the bottom, so there's space above for pretty things and plenty of hiding spots below.
The no-nonsense is convenient, if a bit spare.
A fresh coat of gray paint, a chic marble top, and a shiny towel bar makes this kitchen helper as stylish as it is functional.
It might be a little rough around the edges, but you .
A little bit of leather and brass brought character to the piece. (Of course, adding paint and removing the round knobs helped, too.)
This is but one component from , which allows you to mix and match pieces to create floating cabinets and standing units. (Previously, it was known as AKURUM.)
New knobs pop against the sleek white doors, but the real star is the black shelf that give the units an unexpected sleekness.
We like this just fine, but it doesn't provide a luxurious look.
A quick coat of spray paint makes the shades look like vintage copper.
These are the starting point for many makeovers.
A little architectural molding brings a refined sensibility to the shelves. The addition of the rolling ladder furthers the library look.
The cover the ends of shelves for a clean look.
Just a little gold spray paint adds a ton of style to the functional accessories.
A slim metal frame, glass shelves and graceful proportions easy to love (and easy to transform).
A coat of primer, gold paint and shellac finish makes the shelves glamorously gleam.
Sadly, the KLAPPSTA series was discontinued. You can find a similar modern spirit in the or chairs.
Each was trimmed in a faux welt made from black rope, which beautifully contrasts the cream-colored covers. It's a small change, but completely changes the chairs.
Sure, this is durable — but it's also really plain.
A plexiglass-covered core door now sits atop the dresser and a pair of table legs, creating the perfect stylish workspace. The bare dresser got a coordinating upgrade with a fresh coat of paint and new pulls.
The has a globe silhouette that lends itself well to customization.
This makeover was inspired by Thomas O'Brien's . The black upper, gold trim, and "rivet" detail channel the original quite nicely.