Jun 28, 2010

Dresser Makeover {Reveal}

Okay, so as promised in my post here, over the weekend this bunnified dresser went from
this:


To this!
It's not a huge dramatic change. 
But it's classic.
I chose to use a plain white paint color I already had left over from some house projects and I picked up some knobs at Home Depot for $1.79 a piece.


I also removed the old dated wrapping paper from the inside of each drawer...

and replaced it with some fun aqua colored wrapping paper {found on clearance at Target} that I mod podged inside the bottom of each drawer.
It's so fun to see a pop of color each time I put away clean clothes or grab a clean shirt for my little girl!


And can I just also add that I had so much fun using my husband's power sander!!!
Power tools rock!
No wonder husbands like them so much!
They sure make the job go faster!


{Total cost of this new transformed dresser for my little girl:  $18.00!}

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13 comments:

Meg said...

What a deal! It IS classic! I love it. Great job!

Julia said...

It turned out darling! Love it!

~Julia

Kaysi said...

WOW that looks great!

Christina said...

That looks awesome! Way to go!

Val said...

I think it looks wonderful!

Life in Rehab said...

It's so fresh and clean! And welcome to your first step toward an addiction to power tools.

Michella said...

Love it!!! It looks brand new!! And yeah, power tools do rock, LOL!! It's amazing how fast you can get a job done when you have the right tools!!!
Thank you so much for sharing!!
Your newest follower :))
~ Michella ~
~ ~ xoxo ~ ~

Robin said...

Thanks Michella for being my newest follower!!!

brandi @ tales of a domestic goddess said...

beautiful! i love classic white!

Cassie @ Primitive & Proper said...

it looks so much better!!! the bunnies were pretty bad... white is so fresh and crisp! well done!

Jill said...

Gorgeous! I did this same sort of thing to my dresser last summer. It's amazing what paint and new hardware can do huh? :)

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Oh I adore this project. It is going in my style file for sure!

Happy 4th of July!

Christe said...

Soooooooo very cute and simple! I love it!

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