This weary old retro dresser was given a new life with paint, glaze and distressing.
The dresser was refinished in Black and Aspen Gray, with Black Glaze accenting all the funky molding and detail.
Light distressing revealed a pop of the original wood tones and white primer.
The original pulls were reused, providing a throw back to the original design.
For more inspiration, visit our Dressers – Before & After collection.
In all my year of painting, glazing and distressing furniture, there’s something that never grew old with seeing how a dated, weary old piece of furniture could pop back to life with a great new look.
Building upon eye catching design, old pieces are brought back to life with how the colors of paint, glaze and distressing work off each other.
The glaze accents black or brown against that color, highlighting molding and highlighting the wear and tear on a piece.
Distressing pops out the contrasting colors of not only wood tones, but primer too.
This combination add character and class to pieces destined to college dorms, thrift shops or roadside curbs?
This old chest of drawers was given a great new look with paint, glaze and distressing!
Refinished in Peacock Blue, the chest was brought back to life! Black Glaze accented the detail on the drawers, molding and legs.
Light distressing revealed a pop of original wood tones and white primer.
New knobs topped off the new look of this old chest!
For more inspiration, visit out Chests of Drawers – Before & After collection.
This small dresser was given a new life with paint, glaze and distressing.
Refinished in Dark Brown and Barn Red, it took on a whole new look!
Black Glaze accented the molding, while distressing revealed both the white primer and original wood tones.
Vintage pulls were spray painted dark bronze, tying in with the new look!
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.