FRENCH BLU CHALK PAINT - diy painted dresser




I had to change gears while working on this
DIY chalk paint project dresser. I tried a
different look at first but it just wasn't my
style or for that matter the dresser's style.
Come take a look at my FRENCH L BLU 
furniture makeover and let me know what
you think.






With this project I playing with color. I mixed this awesome blue shade using Annie Sloan Chalk
Paint. I'm sorry to say though it was a kitchen counter creation with no recipe, but for those of you
wanting to try to recreate it, it is very close to Duck Egg but not as strong,


This is the BEFORE, quite a difference huh?
It had been painted in a chocolate brown latex and I tried to use the brown
to achieve a funky modern design,


but there were missing bits to the drawer corners which don't look right with
a clean modern design so I changed plans and went with a well used vintage feel.


I adding the legs and these wonderful swirling appliques.
They change the whole feel and shape of the dresser.
 

All the distressing made the piece come alive and I achieved the right look.



The drawers also got a silver and blue liner.
Wallpaper available at Homedepot.

 The escutcheons (fancy keyhole plates) are just for looks,
and George has these handles in his Etsy shop.



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And before I leave you ....

Here is a quick look at some of the new hardware available in the Etsy Shop .

There are 1000's of pieces of up-cycled hardware to choose from at 
firstfinds hardware store

  
https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/511729001/6-handles-shabby-chic-swirling-white

  
        
https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/Firstfinds?ref=hdr_shop_menu&search_query=misfit+knobs


  
  
https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/496024614/4-ornate-drop-pulls-with-backplates

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