Hi Friends! On Tuesday I shared the makeover of one VERY brown dresser. As I was just about finished painting it, I realized I had a night table that had very similar lines. So I decided to make it a set.
Here is the before:
I picked this up for $12 at the thrift store a month or so ago. I loved the hardware and thought the detail on the top drawer would really stand out after a little paint.
And I think it does…
The hardware was updated with Rustoleum spray paint in Heirloom White:
To paint this piece, I used Behr’s Cottage White that I made into DIY Chalk paint. (Recipe here.) Then I sealed it with Annie Sloan’s clear wax, two coats on the top. The fabric was added lastly. See more details on how I added that here.
The fabric is my favorite for furniture makeovers and can be found at Hancock Fabrics.
Here are the two pieces together. What a pretty pair!
The dresser was also a great deal at $60. They’ve already been delivered to my booth and hopefully they’ll have new home very soon!
Have a great day!!
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