Cover It in Mirrors
Mirrored dressers are trendier than ever, but there's no point in buying a new one if your current one is perfectly functional. According to Dalya Graves, it only cost her $65 to give her dresser the same look. Just measure out the surfaces you want to add a mirror to, and head to a home-improvement store. Graves says Lowe's has a mirror- and glass-cutting section where they'll cut your materials for free. To make things even easier, nails or screws aren't required since Loctite mirror adhesive works just as well.