This vintage Federal dresser was upstyled in Black, with distressing revealing the original wood tones. All the original pulls were reused, accept for the lower two middle drawers. Larger, similarly styled pulls were used to provide a better grip.
These matching end tables were given a new life with paint, glaze and distressing.
Refinished in Black and Oatmeal, Black Glaze was used to antique and accent the sides and legs.
Light distressing revealed the wood tones, while new pulls added to the transformed look of the end tables.
The painted, glazed and distressed look of these pieces can be be replicated on your furniture!
This ornate nightstand is painted, glazed and distressed in two colors. Robin’s Egg Blue covers the drawers, sides, and molding, with Black Glaze accenting details areas. The top and bottom are painted Black, with white primer popping through the distressing.
The original pull for the top drawer had been replaced by a knob by the time I purchased it. I replaced it with a vintage pull that fit the style better, and spray painted it and the bottom drawer pull black.
This large old French Provincial dresser was given a new life with paint and distressing.
Refinished in Black, light distressing revealed the original wood tones.
The classic pulls were reused on the drawers and pop off the classic new color.
For more inspiration, visit our Dressers – Before & After collection.
This beat up old desk was given a new life paint and distressing.
Refinished in Black, a light coat of Red paint was also rubbed into the molding around the top edge and on and around the drawers.
Distressing revealed the original wood tones.
The old pulls were reused and looked great against the classy new look.
For more inspiration, visit our Desks & Vanities – Before & After collection.