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Bedroom Dresser/Hutch Update

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Category Other
Style Romantic, Traditional
IntFrugalista on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? 180 grit sandpaper with palm sander, foam roller, all surface bond primer/sealer, Benjamin Moore Aura Satin finish paint, and glass hardware from Lee Valley.

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What are you most proud of? Breathing new life into an otherwise discarded piece of furniture.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Always work with the grain of the wood when sanding and painting! Aura paint dries quickly so don't over roll.

IntFrugalista on craftsy.com

Very nice vision and it looks great. Wonderful reusing project.

02/17/2012 Flag

Thank You!

06/05/2012 Flag

You are inspiring! I have a dresser in my basement, that is great storage but not attractive. think I will try some paint and new pulls.

05/27/2012 Flag

Awesome! It's amazing how it can breath new life into otherwise discarded pieces. Good Luck!

06/05/2012 Flag

What a difference that made...looks terrific!

03/16/2013 Flag

Thanks! This was pre-milk and chalk paint discovery. If I were to do it now, it definitely would be antiqued with either of those products.

03/22/2013 Flag