Someone just virtually tapped me on the shoulder and let me know that Annie Sloan Unfolded featured this Antibes Green & Versailles dresser makeover of mine on their Facebook page this morning (7/1). Um, squeal. I’m certainly honored to have my work mentioned by the Chalk Paint masters!
And since I didn’t have anything pressing scheduled for today’s blog and people seem to want to know the method to the madness on this dresser, please enjoy a re-run of the original post from March 2012. Just skip over me rambling on about the weather and the state of that room circa 2012 because I’m currently working on re-doing it AGAIN anyway. More to come on that front.
Happy painting, my friends.
Hey there! I can’t even believe that it is mid-March already. When did this happen? I was still waiting for this season’s blizzard to hit but I guess it’s not happening considering we’ve had a couple of 70 degree days in a row. I’m not complaining though because I love this early spring weather. In fact, I have been inspired to work with lots of green and yellow lately with the early onset of spring.
Anyway, I’ve got a furniture transformation for you today. Yay! It comes with a bit of a back story so bear with me and we’ll get to the pretty after pics.
Ok, remember the room without a closet? Which is now a room with a closet.
It is the guest room at the beach house and when it didn’t have a closet it looked like this. Bor-ing!
That old 1930s kids dresser was cool but…
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