Eclectic, Contemporary Living Room with Eastern-Style Design

The Double Take team recreates a $138,000 eclectic living room for less than $2,200.

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The contemporary sideboard in the designer room is solid oak with custom pyramid-shaped, bronze pulls on the drawers. The piece is valued at over $20,000. An ugly yellow dresser bought at a thrift store is transformed into a duplicate for $133. Using medium-density fiber board (MDF), Jamie cuts 3/4-inch-thick slats at 45-degree angles to get the triangular pieces needed to replicate the art-deco design. The slats are glued and nailed onto the front of the dresser. A coat of primer and then a coat of red ochre latex paint are used to create the new finish. Seven new knobs on the drawer fronts complete the job.

For all available product information, click on the After photo of the room.