From the listed picture it looked totally perfect for boys...a nice wood dresser. Then I picked it up, and realized all the detail work was totally girly, there was no way I could use this for the boys....
So.... the pink girly dresser got a revamp, in the middle of winter, with spray paint. Not saying this is a great idea, but for me it worked and my boys didn't even notice it sprayed on blotchy. (I keep trying to spray paint in the cold and am learning more and more it equals not good results or no results at all.....)
Again pre blogging days people, so here it is with almost all the drawers taken out...Since I wasn't blogging who cares about a true before right? Hmmm...
I removed the knobs and sanded down the drawers.
Then spray painted it blue, see how blotchy it is. No matter how even I sprayed, this was the result, oh well!
here? Well it got sprayed from the same can of spray paint, and I had the same blotchy results...I am beginning to wonder if the can was faulty...because this was done in the summer, nice warm weather.
Obviously I am not too much of a perfectionist....I left them as is, it gave it a different look, kinda tie-dye-ish....ok, movin' on. If you ever feel insecure about the finish of your project, come here and I will make you feel better! I can see the imperfections, but the boys are just happy to have something new and different, boys are so great!
Not bad for free, plus one can of spray paint.
Fast forward 9 or 10 months.....
I have now fixed several of the drawers (made from crappy mdf) several times! This dresser is no longer in my boys room. It has been replace by these dressers.
But I am not done...this bad boy is now on it's second revamp! Hopefully coming soon! Stay tuned!
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