Over at Restoration Redoux, Shanna's friend gave her a few pieces of furniture that the didn't want anymore, including this dresser. "This was the first piece I've completed that didn’t have any hardware, so since the fronts were so plain to begin with, I decided to focus on the color," Shanna explains.
Taryn inherited a dresser with great clean lines that was the perfect size for her daughter's room. Unfortunately, it "was clearly a victim to some serious orange spray paint in the 70’s." What's a gal to do? At Design, Dining, and Diapers she's working a pastel-friendly transformation with the help of chalk paint powder!
"This dresser was part of my bedroom set growing up," Abby explains at Just a Girl and Her Blog, "and I took it with me when I left my parents' house and never gave it back." She's used the dresser in different ways around her house, even painting it black several years ago, as you see in the picture below.
When Deb's friend brought a dresser to her to be refinished, the dresser had been recently dug out of a basement. Her friend wanted it refinished for her home in Colorado's Rocky Mountains. At Lake Girl Paints, Deb shares the makeover.
When Katie of Creatively Living moved into a new home, her mother in law gifted her with several older dressers. One day, Katie realized that one of those dressers would fit perfectly in her entryway, providing a good storage spot for gloves, hats, etc. It just needed some sprucing up to be worthy of being the first thing people saw when they opened the door.
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