DIY paper drawer liners

It’s been WAY too long since I’ve posted. The Generes household has been busy:

1. We moved from San Diego, California to Dallas, Texas!

2. We had a baby! Genevieve was born August 22.

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3. We bought a house (more to come on this in future posts)!

I’m slowly starting to decorate our new house. It’s basically like starting from scratch—yay!—because we sold a lot of our stuff before moving and we have more space here than we did in our San Diego condo.

You may remember that I designed Genevieve’s nursery when we were still living in Switzerland. I’ve had to make a few modifications to the original plan, and I have been REALLY slow in doing projects (life with a newborn) for her room. My first completed project: lining her dresser drawers.

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Dresser before & after

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I bought this dresser for $60 on Craigslist. It’s the entertainment center in our short-on-storage condo, and it’s packed with DVDs and board games. The size is perfect. The color was not.
After dresser
I sanded, primed and painted it high-gloss Vermilion by Martha Stewart the same way I painted this piece for a client. Once I had given it 72 hours to dry, I added this ring-pull hardware, which have an Asian feel. Instead of drilling holes and screwing them in. You drill one hole, hammer the long rod through, then hammer and file it down in the back. It’s incredibly sturdy.

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