THE POWER OF PAINT - pink striped dresser




This dresser use to be in a man's garage,
storing tools and other greasy manly things.
This makeover reminders us of how powerful
paint and color can be.

Check out the Before and After below




BEFORE                       AFTER



I used three Annie Sloan Chalk Paint colors, Coco, Antoinette, and Old White. 


I used painter's tape to create the stripes on the drawers and the end panel.


I added all the trim to make her prettier.
These were donated to the Restore, you just never know what you might find at one of their stores.


All the trim was hand painted to show off the details and make her as pretty as she could be.
After all she deserves it for her garage storage duties earlier in life.
 
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5 comments:

  1. I love the new pink dresser, those stripes are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.
    Traci

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  2. I am loving the pink, I have been contemplating using pink on a project, after seeing that pink,white and grey dresser in The Passionate Home. Now this gorgeous dresser you just did have got me in the pink mood. love the stripes and the fancy trim. Great job Kristy. hugs Tobey

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  3. What a gorgeous and clever transformation! I love the stripes - so fresh and pretty!

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  4. This is beautiful, a real transformation! I love the Restore, you never know what you'll find there!

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  5. LUV the balance of the stripes and solid~what a fresh idea! And a perfect piece to apply the idea. Beautiful!
    Catherine

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THANK YOU ALL!