An old entertainment center is a piece of furniture that is designed to hold a television set and other electronic equipment. It is typically made of wood or particle board and may include features such as shelves, drawers, and cabinets. entertainment centres were once a popular type of furniture, but they have largely been replaced by newer and more modern designs.
But what happens to the old entertainment center if you don’t need them anymore? Well, here’s a nice idea for the kids – an old entertainment centre turned into a dress-up closet!
We’ve already featured a DIY play kitchen out of an old entertainment centre, but this is a repurposing project you can do if your youngsters enjoy dressing up more than cooking!
A kid’s armoire is a great storage option for kids’ bedrooms. Armoires offer ample storage space for clothes, toys, and other belongings, and can help keep a child’s bedroom organized and tidy.
Armoires come in a variety of styles and sizes, so it is important to decide on one that will fit well in the child’s bedroom and meet their storage needs.
This piece of furniture can be easily transformed into a closet with a few simple modifications. By removing the shelves and adding a few hooks, you can create a space that is perfect for storing clothes and toys. This is a great project for anyone looking for a way to upcycle an old piece of furniture.
Depending on the condition of your old furniture, your makeover might require a little more work. But basically, it’s a very easy DIY project you will definitely enjoy!
If your furniture is in good condition, you can simply sand it down and repaint it. This will give it a whole new look and feel. If your furniture is in need of a little more work, you can replace unsafe parts, sand it down, repaint it, and even refinish it. This will give it a brand-new look that will last for years.
After repainting the old entertainment center, you can add detailed accessories to complete your child’s mini wardrobe. Add a mirror to one side of the center, and then a rod for hanging clothes on the other side. With these two simple additions, your child’s mini wardrobe will be complete!
You might also need to add or adjust shelving for more clothes/shoe storage. This will ensure that your kid’s belongings are organized and you have the space you need. Additionally, it will help to keep your closet looking neat and tidy.
This old entertainment center armoire would make the perfect little closet for a child’s room. It’s a great way to upcycle a piece of furniture and give a child a fun and functional space to call their own. Plus, who wouldn’t love having their very own closet? If you’ve got a very large entertainment center, you can even use it as your kid’s ‘real’ closet. ?
A little closet for the little one. Is there any child who wouldn’t love this old entertainment center armoire?
See more cute examples from our album and learn how our featured kid’s armoire was made by heading over to the article linked below!
You’ll need these materials:
- Old Entertainment Center
- Wood Casing
- Primer and Paint
- White Spray Paint
- Wrapping Paper
- Heavy-duty Liquid Adhesive for glass
- Metal Closet Rod
And these tools:
- Scoring Tool
- Metal Square
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Thanks to Welcome to the Woods for this great project. You can get step-by-step instructions here…