I hope your weather is improving wherever you may be.
Our snow has finally melted, Yay!!
I have been working on several things and finally have finished two.
One I am sharing today.
I bought this little blue dresser about a month ago for $25. I should have looked at it closer, my bad. After I got it home and finally started working on it, I found out that the drawers all needed realigned and glued back into place and it was cheap particle board. That's what I get for not looking (who does that) just me, I'm sure, lol.
So I cleaned it up and lightly sanded it.
I have been using this paint from Behr that I bought about a year
ago maybe longer. The color is Burnished Clay by Behr Premium Plus Ultra, Stain Blocking Paint & Primer in One.
Didn't care for the knobs but they would look good at feet on something...
maybe a tray. And painted of course.
|Knobs that came of the dresser|
My hopes were to buy short Queen Anne legs for it and make it the same height as our tall bed. But realistically, who wants to invest a small amount of money for those legs if the dresser itself isn't worth it??
So after gluing, repairing and getting new knobs, want to see what it looks like? Sorry for the bad photo!
I added the 1858 knobs from Hobby Lobby with a 50% off coupon, totally awesome.
Had the stencil from a couple of projects ago, trying to get my money back on that. ;0) As you can tell I am not very good at stenciling so I sanded it to make it look stressed.
So remember this project???
While I was painting the blue dresser, I had this idea!
See where I'm going?
And Ta Da!!
A chest of drawers, lol! Yep, married them!
Not sure if I like it like I thought I would but really
what surprised me was that the Mr. said he really liked it............
Haven't styled it yet. I'm thinking a lamp would be to high so I am pondering what to do still.
Do you like it??
Let me know in the comment section and pin if you like!
Have a great day!