Oh, how great art thou? This is truly a one of a kind piece! Your neighbors are already jealous that you are just "thinking" about buying this:)
The emerald green looks so bright and happy against the original wood top drawer. And, the winter white glossy paint on the original knobs and legs of this dresser give it an updated vintage modern look...perfect for your modern home! I added the 2 mod striped knobs from Anthropologie to add the perfect accessories.
This piece is now for sale and ready to purchase Here on my Etsy Shop, The Turquoise Iris!
Woohoo!!! So thrilled...to tears, actually. I adore Marian with Miss Mustard Seed. She is one of the diy leaders of furniture makeovers. Her latest work includes a book of her own, Inspired You, and now she even has her ownmilk paint line. And, for the last year, I have been linking up to her Friday Furniture Feature hoping she might like something I have painted, too. And this week, she did:) Thank you, Marian. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Take a look...right here!
Emerald green is always a favorite! What a way to add tons of bold color and also gaining storage. Use in your bedroom, dining or living room.
I have sanded, primed and painted this piece in a glossy emerald green paint. I replaced all the pulls with these gorgeous mother of pearl ones. I kept the original brass hardware because I love the way they look with the green. Solid wood dresser in great vintage condition.
Happy Wednesday, my friends!
This is for sale here on my Etsy shop, The Turquoise Iris!!
This is truly a one of a kind...inspired by Pantone's, Monaco Blue, color for 2013, I hand mixed the colors myself to get the look I was after for this piece. The turquoise cracked glass knobs from Anthropologie inspired the two toned variation. I think the combination of the blues with the perfect amount of distressing make this piece a show stopper! Don't you agree?
And here, I styled it a bit more organic and less traditional.