The tournament started with 16 blogger projects from across the web. After two rounds of voting, only four remained. The final four came to our BHG headquarters to compete in the ultimate Makeover Madness challenge. Meet the bloggers and see their amazing projects.
Our final four Makeover Madness contestants each had one basic dresser and about eight hours to turn it into something spectacular. Click through to see what they did!
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the tournament and the final four competition.
Go to the next slides to learn more about each project.
Jen says: My dresser hack was inspired by the idea that with the warmer weather comes the need to open our homes once again to gather with family and friends. I transformed this simple dresser into a moveable entertaining bar with easy accessibility for guests. By combining classic design with a cheerful palette, I was able to create a piece that is both functional and fun for indoor and outdoor use -- all on a budget.
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Diane says: The vintage file drawers that got me into the March Madness competition is one of my most popular projects on my blog. It is a one-of-a-kind piece. I thought I would transform the dresser to look like my files so readers could get that vintage feel for their own home.
Diane says: I transformed the dresser into a
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Jenn says: I absolutely love the natural beauty of wood, so when I saw our assignment dresser, my immediate thought was: bar cart! The detail of the wood was already beautiful in its raw form, so
Jenn says: After the dresser was stained, I made some adjustments to the top drawer so the front flips down but the drawer still slides out to maximize serving space. To finish, I added some beautiful vintage-style hardware to really give it a midcentury, high-end look.
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KariAnne says: Here's an easy fun DIY project that anyone can create! The dresser is painted a vivid Sherwin Williams Ardent Coral and embellished with painted washers from the hardware department, white painted accents, and crystal floral knobs.
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