Pine dressers used to be all the rage. In fact they probably still are. But increasingly the pine look in our living rooms or kitchens is becoming a bit tired…and a shabby chic finish is needed.
This dresser was rather drab looking in its previous life. It wasn’t that old featuring a standard pine with a wax finish, highlighted with brass fittings to the pair of drawers and doors. Inter-panelled shelves gave the dresser its characteristic look.
We’ve given this dresser a good sand down and fixed one or two blemishes where the wood panels had come astray. We’ve given it a primer and undercoat before two or three layers of eggshell finish top coat.
Then we gave the dresser a good “shabbification”! The all-important shabby-chic finish. That’s a sanding of the edges and prominent features. This dresser benefited from quite a rough shabby treatment, but you can choose how severe or gentle an effect you’d like for your furniture.
The last thing we did was to coat the dresser with a coloured wax before giving it a good polish.
This certainly proved a worthwhile project and the dresser now has pride of place in its new home.
When you want to know more, you can call us on 07766 225329 or email us at Shabby Chic Surrey
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