The Countdown continues! Yesterday was Number 10/MCM Dresser, Number 9/Goopy Dresser and Number 8/Vintage Wardrobe. Let’s begin!
What a beautiful piece this was to work on. A gorgeous, Drexel Heritage Triune dresser in great condition that I finished in General Finishes milk paint. I chose Lamp Black – a classic color for a traditional, classic piece. It also coordinated well with the original brass hardware that maintains its vintage feel but looks sharp against the black.
My client had a bedroom set that she wanted made lighter and brighter. I happen to love this particular piece with its beautiful mirror and vintage detail. It was perfection in a custom mix of Annie Sloan Duck Egg blue and Old White with gold highlights. The result was gorgeous. I love this greeny blue and how it is softened with the white. Such a pretty, feminine piece. The whole set looked fantastic when done!
My client had a lovely, vintage Baker secretary and wicker chair that had, at one time, been painted in a peachy color. They needed a makeover and adding Annie Sloan Old Ochre and Old White did the trick! It instantly transformed the piece with a soft, clean and modern finish. I love ho the Old Ochre peeks through the Old White to add interest. She was thrilled and so was I!
Have a great Tuesday and I’ll be back tomorrow with a few more faves to share!