When dated furniture has seen its better day, Turquoise paint has a way of breathing new life into a dated piece!
On this dresser, Black Glaze accent the molding and detail. Light distressing provide another pop of contrast, allowing the features of the piece to stand out.
The original hardware was spray painted black, topping of the new look and colors of the dresser.
For more inspiration, visit our Turquoise Refinished Furniture collection.
This weary old maple chest of drawers was given a new life with paint, glaze and distressing!
Refinished in Lime Green, Black Glaze was used to accent the detail and all the molding.
Distressing revealed both the while primer and original wood tones, adding even more pop to the new look of the chest of drawers.
The original pulls were reused to provide a throw back to the original vintage design.
For more inspiration, visit our Chests of Drawers – Before & After collection.
Furniture pieces that have seen their better day are prime candidates for the transformation that paint, glaze and distressing can provide.
Latex paint provides endless color options for a piece of furniture needing a new look.
Faux technique glaze accents that new color, providing a weathered and antiqued look as it accents molding, ornate, detail, and the little dents and dings that add character to an older piece.
Distressing adds even more contrast as it pops out original wood tones and primer as well.
As often as possible, I like to reuse the original vintage hardware on piece, providing a throw back to the original design.
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This weary and worn nightstand was given a new life with paint, glaze and distressing.
The nightstand was refinished in Turquoise. Black Glaze accents the molding and detail on the piece.
Light distressing pops out the white primer and original wood tones.
Vintage pulls spray painted black top off the new look.
For more inspiration, visit our Nightstands – Before & After collection.
This weary and worn dresser was given a new life with paint, glaze and distressing.
The dresser was refinished in Turquoise and Off White. Black Glaze was used to accent the molding and detail on the drawers.
New pulls on the drawers topped off the new look.
For more inspiration, visit out Dressers – Before & After collection.
Dated vintage furniture often has features that look great when painted, glazed and distressed.
Vintage furniture with chunky legs and highly molded features look great with the pop of paint and the contrasting effects of glaze.
Distressing draws out those features even more, as original wood tones show through. Primer popping through can also add to the contrast with the new color!