Wednesday, April 3, 2013

It's All in the Pulls

I found this at the flea market over the weekend. Kind of plain but I fell in love with the scalloped back splash. I envisioned it as the perfect changing table. Anyone else hate those bat wing style pulls?

 First thing I did was putty up the holes and drill new ones. No way were bat wings staying on this baby. I like to use Quik Wood for this. It dries hard and sands perfectly smooth unlike wood filler.

Painted her in duck egg and clear waxed and buffed. I found the wax went on super smooth when I applied it outside in the sun. The dresser was warm, not scorching hot and it just kinda glided on easily and uniformly. I think temperature has a huge thing to do with how well the wax goes on.  Just my little observation.

Changed out the bat wings for sparkly glass pulls. And here she is....

Linking up here....
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MaytagNMom said...

Very sweet dresser redo, Sue, and yes, I am not a fan of those former pulls either- you picked out cute ones of the new and improved look you gave it with paint :)

Thanks for sharing with us, and it's always great to see creative minds at work. :)

Visiting from Frugal Friday@ The Shabby Nest linky party
Suz @MaytagNMom
NW Illinois

EveryDay Bloom said...

Awesome reformation! Yes, pulls make a huge difference. The scallops on the top too make the piece unique...I love love love the color/finish that you used! The pictures you've got on this site are sheer eye candy. I'm inspired. Thank you for taking the time to put it all together...Lynaea @

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