Update a Dresser in 10 Easy StepsComments (0)
Creating a new look for an old piece of furniture is simpler than you may think.
Follow the 10 easy steps below to see the process I used for updating a 1970′s dresser and giving it new life!
Using General Finishes Black Gel Stain,General Finishes Persian Blue Milk Paint(I’m in love with this color!) and a few other supplies available at your local Woodcraft store, you can create a similar look. Let us help you refurbish your “found treasures” or pieces taking up space in your basement or attic that could truly become functional and beautiful again.
1. Remove hardware.
2. Clean hardware.
3. Sand the dresser to prepare for paint.
TIP: Make sure you sand enough of the previous finish off before applying your paint or finish. Depending on the products used and the surface of your project, you may need more or less sanding prep.
4. Mask off areas for paint.
8. Apply Pearl Effects highlights.
10. Replace hardware.
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