Marry two mismatched dressers

Found two dresser that would be fine together - to marry them!
Use same color paint and trim
So, painted in my CHALKlet's paint pretty grey. (couldn't afford the higher priced paint, so made my own. Now 31 colors.) The trim was antique white.
In this case, I got the top piece, a highboy very cheap at a garage sale. $15, WOW. Had to do something with it, right? I don't usually have to prime, but because of the dark finish on hiboy top and the smaller old white dresser, I painted over the dark wood finish with zinder primer. White, so it gave me a base which would cover like the bottom.
There it is, the top highboy dresser almost finished. You can "play"around and find extra lines on the furniture and do the contrasting color. Notice the top curve, handles and bottom.
Then it's time for the "wedding" "LOL"

Painted her beautiful curvy legs, the antique white and her pretty little medalion. Couldn't match the handles, but matched the paint.
Tha - tha that's all folks.
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  • Denise Robertson Denise Robertson on Feb 21, 2019

    Is the top piece just sitting there or does it have screws added ?

  • Carol Cole Carol Cole on Mar 31, 2019

    I love it but how tall is it?

  • Becky Becky on Apr 02, 2019

    You made it look like it is one piece of furniture! Great! But I am a very short person, so was wondering just how tall it is too?

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