Coral Dresser Transformation

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Before, this dresser was already a looker

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But then I mixed a little of this paint I got free from the dump…

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with this red paint I already had in my stash…

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To make this beautiful salmonly coral color…is salmonly a word? hmmmm, nope don’t think so but it looks good!

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Add a little primer to my dresser to equal this….

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Stunning Transformation!

Again,

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I was already in love with it before, but now…. IMG_5848

muahhhh!

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Love it…

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Striped detail on top…

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pretty feet

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sprayed the hardware, satin 

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I replaced a few drawer stops

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I even put out a drop cloth, I’m getting careful in my old age.

I’m calling this dresser South Beach. Just reminds me of urban modern chic in Florida and the color issss fabulouuuuus…

What do you think?

Be Blessed XO, Lisa

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Update 4/8/13 SOLD!

4 thoughts on “Coral Dresser Transformation

  1. Therese F

    Your “salomonny” color is awesome! I love it on that dresser. The lines on the top really are a nice touch.
    Hey, maybe that should be a word anyway.
    Visiting you from Miss Mustard Seed.

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  2. Amanda

    I just did a Google image search for coral dresser because I want to paint a dresser I have coral obviously. But what is funny is, it turns out, it is this same dresser. Well, it is the longer one with a mirror but same hardware and carving. Mine is a bit messed up around the bottom front but I’m going to sand it. Thanks for giving me a look into how this is going to look nice I’m done. I’m thinking more peach for mine but that hardware came out great.

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    1. lisajaynelee Post author

      Youre welcome Amanda! Would love to see what it looks like after you paint it.

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