Sweet and Innocent Dresser

This pretty piece was a Craiglist find.  I offered a bit lower than what the asking price was and I am pleased to say they accepted my offer. When I went to pick it up, it was much prettier than the Craigslist pictures had portrayed.  That was a fabulous surprise!
The dresser was in nice shape and the mirror had beautiful carvings on it.
I wanted to add some simple elegance.
She was naturally pretty so it was easy.

Sweet Ironstone Dresser BEFOREI  painted her in Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint in Ironstone and sealed her up in Miss Mustard Seed’s Hemp Oil.
I switched out the original knobs to add lovely glass knobs from D. Lawless Hardware.
I think she looks perfect!

Sweet Ironstone Dresser 1 - Embracing Change

Sweet Ironstone Dresser 6 - Embracing Change

Sweet Ironstone Dresser 5 - Embracing Change

Sweet Ironstone Dresser 4 - Embracing Change

Sweet Ironstone Dresser 3 - Embracing Change

Sweet Ironstone Dresser 2 - Embracing Change

 

Sweet Ironstone Dresser 7 - Embracing Change

Sweet Ironstone Dresser 8 - Embracing ChangeI love her sweet innocence.

I will be back tomorrow to tell you more about my weekend at Luckett’s Spring Market!
I have some great pictures to share!
Be ready to drool.

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  1. beauty!! you find the greatest stuff

  2. this is a case of white is just right! love it!

  3. I love it! wow…so inspiring. I so want to do this to furniture..but i’m a little chicken about it!

  4. Well-done… once again. :)

  5. HI!
    LOVE this! Did you use the bonding agent?

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