I got this mini dresser a few years ago at one of our families annual white elephant gift exchanges during Christmas time. As adorable as it is, it no longer matches my decor.
So I decided it’s time for a mini makeover! Yesss! **air high fives nobody**
“Design is thinking made visual.” – Saul Bass
I removed all the hardware and carried it outside. Then I wiped it down with a damp towel.
Never underestimate the power of spray paint. I chose ‘matte pale sage’ for the dresser, and ‘matte black’ for the hardware.
Then I just sprayed the paint steadily back-and-forth. It’s like an invisible paintbrush! I needed two coats so I used one and a half cans of the sage.
Next was the hardware. I only needed a few “spritzes” of black.
It took about an hour to dry.
Then I put on new furniture sliders…
And replaced the hardware.
I really like the color – it’s a pale blue/green 🙂
Please overlook the weird trim. The previous homeowner’s chose to paint it glossy brown. We’re currently replacing it with matte white trim.
“To each their own”… I guess……….
And there you have it! A super easy mini makeover makes a world of difference. The purpose of this post?
NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF A $4 CAN OF SPRAY PAINT. 🙂