Friends don't let friends have ugly dull pink dressers....
I was soooo excited when I got it. I couldn't wait to make it over for Anya's room. This was my vision:
But you know kids and their darned opinions. My daughter wanted a pink dresser.
If we were going to have a pink dresser, it was going to be bright. Like, pepto bismol bright. Rust-Oleum makes such a color, so we picked up 2 cans of spray paint from Home Depot.
I started by removing the drawers and sanding them down. Then I started painting.
New color vs. old color
Drawers removed, dresser sanded and painted
I got some really nice silver knobs from Target for $16.99. I tried to find some vintage ones on etsy but I was too inpatient. If I do find some I'll put them on and post a new picture.
Overall I am very pleased with the outcome. I really wanted a teal dresser, but down the road I can always sand and paint again.
See the pink paint on the garage floor? My bad. I messed up my husband's man cave.
The pink actually looks really good in Anya's room, so I'm glad I let my 4 year old choose.
Total cost for project was less than $20.00!