Dresser With Gold Hardware – PINK PAINTED
This dresser was a swipe for $30 at our local Habitat for Humanity Restore. In the shop it had a batter mirror affixed to it, and also I had the ability to work out the price below $35 to $30 by not taking the mirror. It’s always worth trying!
I utilized my favored furniture paint, Amy Howard One Step Paint, in the color “Drama Queen”.
I ended up tackling this one night in our kitchen area once the youngsters were asleep because it’s still also cold to repaint in the garage. I began by providing it a great cleansing, eliminating the equipment, and after that using this paint brush to reach the spots that the roller could not reach.
I used a mini-roller to roll 2 coats on the whole dresser.
Once it was done I used this chevron rack lining that I had actually left over from various other projects.
I utilized the initial equipment for the handles, yet bought these modern pulls to replace the luxuriant ones. I simply sprayed all of the equipment with this gold spray paint.
Replacing the center pulls took $12 from my tiny $100 spending plan, however it deserved it to provide this dresser a modern-day look.
At this moment the closet is really REALLY close to being ended up, and I had not been ready to share every little thing, so I made a decision to picture it in her bed room.
I’m likewise absolutely consumed with her wallpaper and also couldn’t help yet use it as the excellent photo background. Completely this dresser price me $42 ($30 for the dresser as well as $12 for the pulls). I had the pink paint, gold spray paint, and rack liner handy, however if I would certainly have needed to purchase those it would have been an added $45 … in some cases being a DIY supply hoarder can be found in convenient! In either case, re-doing this dresser for $87 is a deal as well as it has so a lot more character than anything you can get.
In the shop it had a beat up mirror affixed to it, and I was able to discuss the price down from $35 to $30 by not taking the mirror. Completely this dresser expense me $42 ($30 for the dresser and $12 for the pulls). I had the pink paint, gold spray paint, as well as shelf lining on hand, but if I would certainly have had to purchase those it would certainly have been an extra $45 … often being a DIY supply hoarder comes in handy!