I have three dressers currently for sale and two more that I'm working on this week.
Check out these beauties!
|length 41.5", depth 18 3/4", height 31 1/2".|
I heart this dresser so much. The crystal knobs really give it that extra specialness.
This is one of my favorites. I found her last week during one of my my shopping trips and knew instantly I had to have it for the shop.
I have a large dresser in my bedroom that is very similiar and I was sooooo tempted to keep the one I found. But alas, I don't have room for it.
|Beautiful details! This dresser has so much character.|
The carved detail work on the drawer fronts is lovely, as are the key holes on each drawer. I painted it with Old White first and then Duck Egg using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, then it received a coat of clear soft wax to seal it. I replaced the original wooden knobs with vintage crystal knobs. The result is just lovely.
|length 42", depth 18", height 33"|
This was the first dresser I bought and worked on so I have a soft spot for it. It really speaks to my shabby but chic side. I can totally see Evelyn in a nursery being used as a changing table.
The aqua wash is ASCP Provence cut with Old White. The rest of it is painted in Old White as well. The knobs came with the dresser and were painted with both Old White and the Provence-Old White mixture. Everything was sealed with clear soft wax.
|There she is in the shop! But she won't be there for long. |
|length 36", depth 17", height 31". A turquoise beauty.|
This dresser is actually a "find" of mine. I found it pretty much as-is. Sometimes I find things that are nearly-perfect just the way they are. I love that!
The faded turquoise patina was so lovely that I didn't want to mess with it too much. The pictures don't do it justice.
It needed some work before I could put it in the shop; the drawers needed sanding on the sides so they would open smoothly, one drawer stop was missing and had to be replaced, and I gave it a seal with a wipe on poly so that it can be enjoyed for years to come.