Thursday, March 14, 2013

Custom Green Dresser Makeover

Good Morning my Beauties. Sorry I left you hanging this week, but as you can
imagine this is our busy season. People pretty much bought out my booth last week, so I have spent the last week playing "catch up"...I am NOT complaining...Its a great problem to have; but
it means I have not had a ton of time to do posts.
This was one of the projects I did manage to get done last week.
I finally got to get some pictures before it was RUSHED off to the booth.

I had bought this dresser at goodwill. It had 4 of the original Glass threaded knobs in it.
Pretty expensive to replace for what people will pay here for furniture. So I had decided at this point I was going to have to fill those GIANT threaded holes.

Also as you can see here....I had to replace a foot that was missing off the back.
I believe this piece was made by "Sellers" furniture but not sure.
Once I got all the boring stuff done like filling holes and fixing feet, I was able to get onto the fun stuff.

I sanded the top of this dresser since there was pretty much nothing left of a finish anyway.
I stained it a nice dark walnut.
For the base I mixed up a custom Green using 3 different CECE Caldwell's paints.
Brushed it on, waxed it and distressed it.

Here she is in all her glory.

From Drab to Fab in just a few steps.
I hope you all have a BEAUTIFUL day...I will be!
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Unknown said...

Oooooooo! Aaaaaaahhhhhh! Pretty! :)

lynn cockrell said...

Your dresser is lovely. I am so happy that your shop is such a success! Have a beautiful and blessed day.

Number Fifty-Three said...

Love the transformation of your dresser. The color is so fresh and I love how it is distressed. Found you at French Country Cottage and now following your blog (and pinning your project.

Angela @ Number Fifty-Three

Bliss said...

Where is the button on my keyboard that I hit that just says...."another beautiful transformation". I feel like a broken record.


srpprcrftr said...

Very pretty color. Love the knobs, where did you get those? Kinda different which is what I love.
It's very expensive here, you'd make a mint. Only problem when you buy something at thrift stores they're also pretty high for what they're selling and the condition of item.
We live west of Grand Junction, CO.
When do you get a chance to breathe or do fun things? You're always so busy. Happy days

Annie said...

BEAUTIFUL! I love the green and like that it looks distressed/antique-y! Great find!

Kathryn J Cain said...

you know how much I love your stuff and this one is so great and know it will sell..I have been out of pocket taking care of my grands and the dogs...and you should see the stack up of projects...hope to get to them soon...I did do a fun little project when taking care of my grands..they had a old sewing machine unit that came with the house...and in guest room....I played and painted so now really pretty...funny I have one starring at me so think I may repeat...I again think you are going to have a big job keeping up with the sales in your booth...a good problem to have

Art and Sand said...

Your cabinet is wonderful and I love the clock knob you used.

Unknown said...

I love how it turned out! What a neat color! LOVE the knobs too!! I see those at Hobby Lobby all the time and am sad I have yet to paint something that I could use those on! LOVE it!!!

Gail @ said...

I really love the color and the distressed look. Great job.

Good Time Charlie said...

You are a color genius. Can you tell me which three colors you used? It is gorgeous!

Courtney said...

Definitely a great problem to have!! well done to you and this one looks fab!! i love mixing colors - so much fun!

Debbie @DewdropGables said...

Too bad your booth keeps emptying! I'll take that problem. haha Love the new look of that dresser, bet it doesn't last long, either!
Saw you sharing at the Power of Pinterest Party.
Debbie :)

Christina Paul said...

How delightful! Love the unique color and adore the clock-face knobs! I didn't see if you mentioned where you got them or if you created them yourself-

Abby @ Just a Girl and Her Blog said...

BEAUTIFUL dresser! I love the color you chose so much! I found you at Home Stories A to Z...thanks for sharing!

~Abby =)

Katie @ Made to be a Momma. said...

This is beautiful and that color is stunning! Love to have you share at my party!!

Kerryanne @ Shabby Art Boutique said...

You never fail to please with your gorgeous transformations Karin. Beautifully done.

Heather said...

Simply gorgeous in every way - thanks so much for sharing it at Project Inspired!

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