I scored about 4 vintage dressers from the '60's.
All solid wood and in pretty good shape. I tried some different colors
this time and this is what I ended up with~ (Pardon my garage staging!! I am out of room!!!)
This guy is made from solid Elm! Have never seen elm before. So I sanded off the old stain and
found this gorgeous solid wood top! I think I put a light shade of walnut on it and used tung oil
to finish it off. Did a custom mix of my own chalk paint in different shades of blues.....Something different!
Next one is a MCM dresser. Same thing. Sanded off the ick, redid the walnut fronts and top.
This one I used an oil base glossy white paint. About 4 coats! It's hard as nails when it dries!! Gave it some racing stripes for something different.
I had this oops paint for over a year and made some chalk paint with it.
Mod podged some frabic on the inner drawer fronts
I used a darker shade of coral on the inner door both for contrast and because I used
every last drop of the other shade on the body!!
|Shhh....still have to wax the sides! I soooooo hate waxing......|
ok....So there you have my vintage three!!! A little something for every taste!!!