Before this thrift store find was a sad sight but solid. I could have refinished the poor thing but opted for the "cottage" look of painted wood. The knobs came with this thrift store find, however, the previous owner left the extra hole (for a handle) exposed. A bit of wood filler, some light sanding for adhesion, black satin paint, some distressing and it's now "looking fine". I love it's new junk-over! This dresser would work well in the diningroom for table linens; entry or mudroom for hat, scarves & mitten storage; craft room for fabric, etc. or wherever organization is needed.
Before: tired and sad
Here she is in all her splendor - love how this came out, I surprised myself!
Zar Wood Patch in Neutral
Pittsburg Pure Performance Eggshell Paint in Black Satin (2 coats)
3M Block Sander w/80 grit paper
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