This antique art deco chest of drawers was given a new life with paint, glaze and distressing.
Refinished in Aspen Gray, all the detail was accented with Black Glaze.
Distressing revealed the white primer, along with original wood tones.
The original pulls were used to provide a throw back to the original design.
Weary old furniture that’s seen its better day has a fantastic future when transformed with paint, glaze and distressing.
Whether painted in a color with a vibrant pop or a neutral tone, a piece will come to life in a whole new way.
When that new color is accented by Ralph Lauren faux technique glaze, the character and detail of the piece take on a life of their own.
With distressing, the original wood tones and definition and contrast to the new colors.
The refinished look of paint, glaze and distressing is an art you can learn to transform your own furniture.
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On dated old furniture, paint, glaze and distressing provides a new look that’s hard to match. Take this dresser for example.
The top was painted black, while the rest of the piece was painted Aspen Gray. Black glaze accented the molding, bring all the character to life.
Distressing popped out the original wood tones.
The original pulls were reused, providing a throw back to the original design.
With a great new look, this dresser was repurposed as a flat screen TV stand. All the drawers provided great storage, and the great detail added a one-of-a-kind look for a living room.
This vintage nightstand was given a whole new life with paint, glaze and distressing.
Refinished in Black and Aspen Grey, with Black Glaze accenting the molding, the nightstand took on one-of-a-kind look.
Topping it off, the original pulls were spray painted a dark bronze, tying in nicely with the black painted on top and bottom.
This art deco antique chest of drawers was given a new life with paint, glaze and distressing.
The chest was refinished in Aspen Gray, with Black Glaze accenting all the great detail and providing an antiqued look.
Distressing revealed the white primer and the original wood tones, providing an extra pop!
For more inspiration, visit our Chest of Drawers collection.