Upon moving into my new apartment with my new roommate, I was blessed with the master bedroom. I immediately became drowned in this fantastic idea that I would transform it into a space equivalent to one you'd get a tour of watching Million Dollar Rooms on Netflix. In my defense, I'd just finished watching all the episodes of Genevieve's Renovation. I eventually realized I had not the time, nor the budget (or skill or resources) for my grand vision. But there were things that I COULD pull off myself. Exhibit A
Plain 3 drawar MALM dresser from Ikea. Great value. Sturdy. Plain.
I went online and ordered some temporary self adhesive wall paper from target.com. Found some that matched the pattern and somewhat the color of my headboard.
This took more time to complete than I had expected due to lining up the pattern when the roll of paper was only 2.5 drawers tall. I did this with 2 chests (6 drawers total) and took me close to 3 hours to complete. My end take: DIY is NOT always worth saving the money. However, if the end result is something totally customized like this and fairly inexpensive - go for it!
Total cost: 2 MALM drawers from ikea $160 + $30 temp wallpaper = $190