Thursday, December 23, 2010

Master Bedroom: Refinished Dresser Before and After {Full Reveal}

Are you guys ready?

Here she is before (or rather, middle):


And here she is now....









We refinished this old dresser in a two-tone style (click here for our tutorial), and it makes a huge difference!

Want to know the total cost? Since we had most of the supplies on-hand, the redo only cost us $5 for the woodstain, and then we spent $30 on knobs from Anthropologie. So the total comes to $35, which really isn't bad at all for a basically new dresser!

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9 comments:

  1. Great job, you guys! The the two-tone, and love the pulls.

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  2. That dresser came out so smooth I'm tempted to make out with it! I love that the biggest outlay of cash was the knobs. Bravo!

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  3. It looks SO much better! The price is great - especially because you did it yourself, it makes it much more special than a store-bought one.

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  4. Mucho love for how it turned out! I adore it, and the little white tray on top too! :)

    Thanks for the inspiration!

    xoxo,
    Jen

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  5. Beautiful! Pottery Barn ain't got nuthin' on you. Can't wait to see what's next!

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  6. Your dresser looks SO good, and fits perfectly in your bedroom! Those knobs are genius. It reminds me of the console table I did in the same two-tone look -- I even used a Dark Walnut stain too. Great minds think alike! ;)

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  7. Beautiful! I love the new look. The white is so crisp and clean. Nice work!!

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