Monday, August 12, 2019

Before and After Vintage Dresser Makeover Using Westminster Green General Finishes Milk Paint



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Vintage dresser makeover using General Finishes Milk Paint before and after

Welcome back my Beauties!
I can't even believe summer is coming to an end!
We have been sucking out every last second of it since we were trapped indoors for the loooong looooong winter we had here.
But don't despair, even while I have been enjoying my summer I have also been painting away.

For instance; this beautiful beat up little vintage dresser.
A friend of mine was cleaning out her mother in laws house that had passed and asked me if I wanted this.
Of course I said yes.


It had seen better days, but that also means it had been well loved.
It had done its job for the family and now it was my turn to give her a makeover that would turn heads again.
You can see from the top that it was in ok condition.
I just cleaned that up and the drawers and then got to work on the base.


Vintage dresser makeover two tone using General Finishes Milk paint in Westminster Green
I decided I wanted to show off her royal elegance so I of course chose a royal color. WESTMINSTER GREEN by General Finishes
I sanded and wiped down all the places I would be painting and got to work.
rustoleum gold spray paint for making over old hardware on a vintage dresser
In between paint drying on the base I cleaned up the hardware and spray painted them to refresh them with some Rustoleum gold spray paint.
Once they were dry I put the whole thing back together again.
Top of dresser cleaned up with restore a finish vintage dresser before and after

Look at how well that top cleaned up along with the drawer fronts.
That gorgeous finish was hiding under all that dirt and dust.
Westminster Green Vintage Dresser Makeover using General Finishes Milk Paint
And as for the base;look how that green helped make that wood finish POP! 
old free vintage dresser makeover using paint refresh recycle upcycle do it yourself before and after
I think you will agree that it looks ROYALLY BEAUTIFUL now, don't you? 
Westminster Green Vintage Dresser Makeover using General Finishes Milk Paint collage
I promise I will be back soon with more makeovers.
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Until next time,
Have a Beautiful Day!




2 comments:

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

This is so lovely! Love your color choices!

Marie Blackburn said...

You always do such a beautiful job on your stain and paint pieces and I always enjoy the green makeovers. Very pretty! Has your friend seen her mother-in-law's old dresser transformation yet?