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Hermès Lined Drawers

A few years ago I picked up some Hermès drawer liner when I was in Miami at Bal Harbour. There is not an Hermès boutique near where I live. If you don’t have one near your home either, you can also purchase it on the Hermès website.

Upon returning home, I immediately lined my half of the dresser drawers, but there were a couple of sheets left over, which just remained in the box for the past few years. I decided to take it out a few weeks ago and put it to use. I was surprised that they were still very fragrant after all that time.

{my apologies on the poor photos…I took them with my phone}

IMG_6119I have a little lingerie chest that belonged to my grandfather and was given to me after his passing (he was a bargain hunter, and I’m guessing he probably picked it up at a garage sale). My intent is to give it a makeover by painting it and changing the drawer pulls….maybe this Summer.

IMG_6124In any event, I’ve been using it to store my panties, socks, clutches and a few other random items. The problem is that the wood on the bottom of the drawer is kind of rough and easily snags delicate fabrics. This is where the remaining Hermès drawer liner comes in. I had just enough to line the two top drawers which I use for panties and socks.

The liner is a durable thick white paper with Hermès Paris embossed in circles. It is kind of hard to see in the photo, but here is a picture of it.

Hermes Logo on Drawer Liner_MyLittleBoudoir.com

Hermes Lined Drawers_MyLittleBoudoir.com

I kept the box too, now I just need to find a way to put it to good use. Any ideas?

Hermes Drawer Liner at MyLittleBoudoir.com

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