How to make under the bed rolling storage out of an old drawer

Storage is a must in any home, but when closets and cabinets get full, turning to more creative ways to store things is a requirement. Storage under the bed is an ideal way to use ignored space while having a convenient place to store items.
With pops of bright white paint and rolling wheels, this under the bed storage project is both practical and gorgeous. Check out the instructions and video to get started.
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Materials
- Old dresser drawer
- Screwdriver
- Sanding block
- Light grey paint
- White paint
- Paintbrushes (large and small)
- White spray paint
- Casters
- Pencil
- Drill
- Screws
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Instructions
1. Unscrew the knobs from the dresser drawer. Save the screws for later, when you reattach the knobs.
2. Sand the front of the dresser drawer with a sanding block.
3. Paint both the front and entire inside of the drawer with light grey paint.
4. Using a small paint brush, paint the detailing on the front of the drawer with white paint.
5. Apply white spray paint to the drawer knobs. Let dry.
6. Reattach the knobs to the front of the drawer.
7. Flip over the drawer and place the casters on each corner. Mark with a pencil where the screws need to be placed. Set the casters aside.
8. Drill holes at the pencil marks in the corners.
9. Place the casters back on the bottom of the drawer, lining them up with the holes. Screw the casters into place.
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