Ideas updating old dresser
You can choose any color that you want for the base and for the panels so it is perfectly customizable.The dresser is actually one from IKEA that has been redone to give it this very expensive and very gorgeous look.I sanded that smooth and then painted everything but the top with Annie Sloan Chalk paint in Provence.I hit all of the edges and details with 150 grit sandpaper to distress it.
I went with two inch hex bolts in each of the necessary diameters.It just needed a fresh color to work in the new nursery.This time I used Deco Art Americana Décor Chalky Finish paint in Yesteryear which a nice, mellow gray.You just have to enjoy DIY and redoing furnishings and you can literally change any piece of furniture into something that is perfect for your home.The next time you visit a thrift store, yard sale or anywhere that you may find furnishings, pay close attention to the price of old furniture. Now, start looking at pieces that you may want to redo.
They weren’t marked with a price and I had no idea what I was going to use them for, but I figured it wouldn’t hurt to ask how much they were. It just goes to show you never know what you will find at yard sales.