Since each of my doorknobs was different, I hauled the whole set to the hardware store to figure out what I needed.

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I’ve shared pictures of this little painted dresser in our nursery several times, but I don’t think I have ever really shared its whole story.

This dresser was a freebie that a fellow furniture lover passed on to me several years ago.

Of course, if you are looking for your own glass doorknobs and don’t have time to search for them at yard sales and flea markets, these glass door knobs from Amazon are nice and are pretty inexpensive.

Doorknobs don’t work quite the same way as typical drawer pulls, so I had to get a little bit creative to make these work.

This little dresser was the perfect piece for Griffin’s nursery.

So when it was time to move Griffin to his big by room and update the nursery for baby Asher, I knew this dresser was staying.They weren’t marked with a price and I had no idea what I was going to use them for, but I figured it wouldn’t hurt to ask how much they were. It just goes to show you never know what you will find at yard sales.When this little dresser project came along, it seemed like the perfect time to pull them out.Old furniture can be purchased very inexpensively and you can create beautiful pieces that look fresh and updated with just a bit of time and creativity.Imagine turning an old dresser that you bought for into an entertainment unit that looks like it costs hundreds.We have a lot of ideas for you here that will show you how to turn boring, old pieces into fabulous new creations with very little time and money.