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216 views • June 28, 2021

Turning an Old Desk into Mid-Century Modern Nightstands

Modern Makeovers
In this makeover, I transform an old desk into a set of mid-century modern nightstands with a unique stain and paint combination. Once a part of a 1950s desk, these pieces have been repurposed to stand as independent nightstands, bonded in style. The top, base, and face of the desk were made out of particle board. This meant that I would have to replace them with solid wood if I wanted to stain them, so that's exactly what I did with this project. For the top and base, I used a couple of salvaged dining table tops that I collected over time through Facebook Marketplace (you can often find them for super cheap or sometimes even free, which is amazing for the amount of solid wood you’re getting.) For the drawer fronts and the door, I used solid wood cutting boards that I also had in my garage — they were the perfect depth! :D If you enjoyed this makeover, please like and subscribe to see more. And if you have any questions, I would be happy to answer your comments. Thank you for watching :) - Andy from Modern Makeovers ---------- Below is a list of some of the tools and products that I used. Bondo Body Filler: Kreg Pocket-Hole Jig: Ryobi Router: Spray Gun Holder: Spray Gun (Graco FX3000): California Air Compressor (15 gal): As a disclaimer, the above links may be affiliate links, so if you make a purchase with the links provided, I may receive a small commission. There's no extra charge to you, but it helps me out! ---------- Follow me on Instagram to see more flips that you won't see here on YouTube:
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