This was a hideous little table I found at Goodwill. Its drawer slides were broken, it had some of the ugliest hardware I had ever seen, and it was yellow. So I bought it…why? I loved the faux bamboo lines, the over all shape, and I knew I could fix the drawers. So I took it home, put it in a dark corner of the garage, and forgot about it for about 6 months, mostly because while I believed I could fix the drawers, I didn’t know how I was going to go about doing that since I didn’t know anything about drawer slides at the time.
I couldn’t use side mount slides since the sides of the table were OSB. I didn’t know where I could find bottom mount slides that were short enough since none of the big box stores near me had any. Then I discovered Rockler and Woodcraft, my drawer slide BFFs.
I got these slides from Rockler, cut them to size, glued them down, done. Primed, painted, new drawer knobs. Done.