Cork dressers are not usually something you would want to buy. However, they are very useful for small spaces. There are lots of ways in which you can creatively use a dresser and one of them is the versatility and versatility. Cork dressers can be used for a variety of reasons, some always simple and some not so great in terms of style.
For example, if you don’t have a particular vision in mind for your dresser’s design, we’d suggest you try repurposing an empty room or the space where it’s the most visible. You can have the dresser customized to keep on display like a cabinet in the dining room for example. You can add handles to make things more convenient and you can think out of the box and use solid wood for a lot of the things you need to get right off the piece of furniture.
You could also look for alternatives to the old coat racks and hangers that you find in stores. There are plenty of ways to repurpose a shelf or two. For example, you could use the top as a display surface for a stylish pendant lamp. If you can find more Reykjavik mirrors or have made them yourself, then you could use them for the base of the dresser as well. The metallic finish and the distressed look only make the project more interesting and interesting. All the other imperfections are just details you could work around or come up with new ideas that you could later adapt to the decor. You can find a bunch of other inspiring ideas on Art communicates.