Furniture Makeover: French Grey Dresser

This is the first piece of a matching set I made over. With this piece I had to cut some excess wood off the top from where a mirror had been attached – you can see it in the before picture – I also had to replace the small handles as one broke. I used Annie Sloan French Grey and did some hand painting in white on the top. I loved how it turned out and it sold to my delight to a lady who planned to use it in her wedding as the table they signed their marriage certificate on! How awesome is that?!

 

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French Grey Dresser | Colour Saturated Life Blog - www.coloursaturarted.com

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  • Sofa & More - June 28, 2016 - 8:33 pm

    That piece of furniture is awesome!!!!

    Love itReplyCancel

  • Veronika Dalton - September 30, 2015 - 5:32 am

    This makeover is absolutely incredible! You have truly preserved the personality of the table, and made it look good as new. Where did you get the handles from? A neighbor of mine is doing a makeover like this and just cannot seem to find some drawer pulls that compliment the dresser.ReplyCancel

    • Gilly - October 5, 2015 - 10:05 am

      Hi Veronika the handles were original to the dresser.ReplyCancel

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