One down, one to go. The mid-century dresser that I bought on my recent adventure in thrift and is now complete. Even with the minor
If you’re wondering what the heck I did with the O’verlays I received a while ago, wonder no more. In case you’ve been on a
It seems like a very long time ago that I first told you about the dresser I was painting for the entranceway in our house.
Whoa, this project has taken a long time to complete. I think most of the delays were due to my anxiety about trying new techniques.
In our living room, we have a huge blank wall, and nowhere to put our old tv. So far it’s been sitting on top of
I’m just working away and trying to fit in some creative time where I can. I recently finished this faux bone inlay dresser which turned
It’s an old green dresser that desperately needed to come out of the 70’sshade of pea green & into a more vibrant, fun, modern shade.
It’s come a long way since I found it marked as-is in an antique shop a few months ago. This is what I started with.
Painting this dresser was one project I didn’t want to put on the back burner for long. It was impossible to motivate myself to spend
It totally looked sad, the bottom drawer was in pieces; so let the transformation began!!
Last summer, I came across this solid oak dresser on Kijiji. It was only $25 and it looked to be in good condition, so I
I’m so excited to share this project! This little dresser turned out adorable (if I do say so myself)! I found it at one of