Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Two Tone Dresser Reveal

This little dresser has been just waiting for a makeover. I got it along with the bed that I made into a bench and this vanity that I love (but still hasn't sold!). It was a great bedroom set at one point, but must've been left in a humid place because the veneer was a MESS.


After 2 coats of white paint, lightly sanding and waxing the top with a light tinted wax and glazing the body with dark walnut stain.

This one will be available through Carver Junk Company!

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Jaime Costiglio said...

Allison so charming and much more genuine now, the paint really updates the piece without loosing those tiny style bits. Nicely done.

Cassie Bustamante said...

such a pretty classic piece! i love those details!

Karen said...

I have been following your blog for a while and love to see the transformations that you reveal! I have a question though, when you write about a lightly tinted wax, what do you mean specifically?
I am interested in trying my hand at a little rehab of my own and don't want to royally mess up!

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Julia @ 551Eastdesign said...

You have such a talent for bringing out the beauty in a piece! I didn't even notice the little detail at the bottom till I saw the after. Beautiful job!

Unknown said...

Gorgeous, love the color!

Unknown said...

Beautiful! I wouldn't have thought this was white paint with a walnut glaze. Did you use latex paint or chalk paint? I love it!

Audra @ Renewed Projects said...

I love how the paint complements the darker top. What a lovely piece.

Maryann @ Domestically-Speaking said...

I always love a two-tone dresser & this one is gorgeous! I'm featuring it in this week's Power of Paint Party's Spotlight

Number Fifty-Three said...

Absolutely love it! I've layered white paint and walnut stain before and it is such a great effect! Pinning.

Angela @ Number Fifty-Three

Danielle Andrew said...

Beautiful! What a great piece, and I love what you did with it!
Danielle @ Antique Recreation

sandra said...

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