Dressing Table Makeover #augustfabflippin

It is a lot easier to purchase a new piece of furniture if your old one is not looking 'up to scratch' anymore.. But it is so much more satisfying to create a piece that is unique and totally one of a kind, not to mention the cost involved in upcycling furniture is so much cheaper in comparison to new item. I decided to upcycle this dressing table and use it for my bedroom to create a chic and fresh look
This is the before picture of the dressing table. I removed the drawer knobs and pulls. Filled the holes with wood filler and drilled new holes for the drawers. I used home made chalk paint in white and Mother Duck by Frenchic.
And this is the after picture. The crystal knobs add so much chic I think..
Look how the glass knobs sparkle in the sun
Before & After! My take on the Icing on the Cake theme for

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  • Kanika Gujral
    Kanika Gujral
    on Mar 23, 2018

    How to reuse my dresser

  • Cheryl
    on May 30, 2020

    I love it, can’t say enough about it ! What great vision u have, one question I have is where did u find that dresser? Is yours for sale ?

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  • Laurie Andrews
    Laurie Andrews
    on Aug 29, 2019

    That transformation is beautiful! The colors are perfect. The knobs are the sparkle needed. It’s the style that I like. I will save this for my renovation. Thanks for sharing your creativity!

  • Gabrielle Falk
    Gabrielle Falk
    on Jan 31, 2020

    I just love your renovation. A beautiful colour. Do you use the little swing-out 'hidey-hole' drawers? The handles are beautiful.

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