Updating a built in dresser
only to realize that the top piece was now the problem.
It took some sanding, a spray coat of tinted primer and two coats of sprayed hot-pink lacquer to give it its one-of-a-kind finish.
We’re really happy with how they’ve turned out, and Sherry is about to explode from waiting to fill them in (I’m making her wait until we’ve finished all of our final caulking and paint touch-ups along with the rest of the room’s crown – I know, THE NERVE).
But let me show you how we got to this stage, because the tops took a bit more planning than the bases did since I was building them from scratch.
A reclaimed convenience-store sign makes an eye-catching backdrop for a daybed.
Not only does the vintage sign provide a theme and color palette for the room, but its historic significance also makes it an exciting conversation piece.