Thursday, June 7, 2012

Dresser Before & After

I am excited to share a before and after!  It felt great to transform something that isn’t a part of my house for a change!  Although I must say, this might just stay in my house!

I love how I scored this beauty…Cathy, a follower and shopper of Vintage Restyled, and I met about a year ago.  I could tell she had great vision and style.

Cathy was ridding her home of a few items and shot me an email to see if I wanted anything.

I jumped when I saw this beauty.

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It was in pretty good shape.  Loved the lines, the curves and the keyholes.

However, I would be out of business if I didn’t restyle it!

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I am tempted to keep this baby.  She is masculine but pretty.  Perfect for our master bedroom.

Before I sign off, let’s look once more:

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Details:

  • We secured the veneer with wood glue and clamps
  • Annie Sloan Old White
  • Clear Wax
  • New Glass Knobs
  • Cleaned and coated the top – leaving lots of character

Thanks for checking out my project!

XO-

ShannonSig0

I will share at a few parties:

Open House Thursday @ No Minimalist Here
Strut Your Stuff Thursday @ Somewhat Simple
Transformation Thursday @ The Shabby Chic Cottage
100 Ideas Under $100 @ Beyond The Picket Fence

Furniture Feature Friday @ Miss Mustard Seed

Remodelaholic Friday @ Remodelaholic

Frugal Friday @ Shabby Nest

Look What I Found Friday @ Vintage Revivals

Feathered Nest Friday @ French Country Cottage

5 comments:

Nicole @My Thrafty Life said...

I LOVE it! I am in the market for dressers, I wish I was closer, I would snag this beauty! If you could ever let go of it!

Cathy said...

I LOVE it, Shannon! Those knobs are perfection--a match made in heaven! You rock :)

Polly said...

looks great!

Angie said...

Those knobs are just fantastic! You can tell it's a solid, well-made piece of furniture. I would have a hard time parting with that, too!

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

What a great dresser and I love those knobs!

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