We are proud to have worked with tons of different blogs in their furniture makeovers. Today, we are going to take a look at the wonderful variety of dressers with our hardware featured.
This piece was in structurally excellent condition and was solid mahogany. After some sanding and a new mid toned gray paint job, the two top drawers were stained creating an intriguing contrast of colors. From Number Fifty Three
, learn how this piece comes together with our sun aged glass knobs providing the final touches.
Hand painted in the prettiest blue-green this color is called Wythe Blue by Four Chairs. Going for a hand me down look, Gypsy Magpie
wants this piece to look like it was inherited from Grandma’s house. Our clear glass knobs help match the hardware with the aged look and feel Missy was going for.
In Stacey’s words, this rustic glam dresser in trophy is perfect. Trophy is such a great grey. Reminiscent of the grey on a plaid wool blanket you wrap yourself into on a crisp fall day. The dresser already had a terrific grain to go with the grey and our bail pulls help match the theme of the piece. See the whole makeover at Stacey Embracing Change
Classing it up, 58 Water Street
goes with a stained top and white paint job to create a nice contrast. Combined with out satin brass pulls this piece is simple yet elegant.
Shopping yard sales for farmhouse decor, My Creative Days
presents this “Picket Fence” white farmhouse dresser. Goes to show that you can find a little bit of gold if you take the time to search through the trash. The perfect finished look is all Lindsay, but we did provide the contrasting black knobs and pulls for the project.
Refreshing this dresser in a similar style as it once was, a stain based makeover was in the works over at The Painted Hive
. In a how to stain a timber video tutorial, you can check out all the details that made this piece. And don’t forget those gorgeous brass label pulls featured.
In a regal appearance, barn door red meets metallic bronze. Just the Woods
hand painted this dresser in tanner brown and then glazed with bronze hardware opulence. Our hardware also had a change in color. The ornate satin pewter bails pulls were turned into a bronze to match this piece.
For this piece, Vintage Refined
started by painting two coats of French Linen over the entire buffet. Not sure what to do next she started
experimenting. To freshen it up, the wash technnique
was used with Old Ochre. The overall effect reminds me of a distressed wood look. The bail pulls were provided in brass but had a spray coat of oil rubbed bronze used on them.
Learn how to create a beautiful bathroom vanity from a vintage dresser. Lovely Etc
shows you an extremely inexpensive way to get a custom vanity that looks expensive on the cheap. The milk white glass knobs courtesy of us.
A huge labor of love went into this project. You’ll want to see the before and after photos for this mid century modern dresser makeover. The contrast between the dark body and the driftwood drawers makes for a great combination. High Style Restyle
uses our bronze pulls to put the finishing touches on this piece.
shares this sweet mint dresser with us. With a Rifle Paper Co palette, these colorful hand painted pink knobs were used to really makes the piece pop. Too see how the depth and character were put into this piece click on over.
We hope you found some inspiration along the way. Those were some fabulous dresser makeovers to check out. We are proud to have provided the hardware for each and every one of these posts.