Updated dresser

My sister brought me an old dresser from who knows where.  Let's just say it had seen better days.  I wasn't sure I was going to be able to do anything with it, since it had a laminate top.  And several dings and scratches in it.  But I worked my magic and it turned out better than I imagined.
Before


And here is the after.....

                              

     

                         Thanks Jamie!  It is now in my shop.  Please leave and comment and tell me what you think!  Thanks for stopping by :)

By the way, I'm doing custom orders in the Atlanta area, so if you have a piece that needs some TLC send me a pic and I'll give you a quote.  Free pick up and delivery. Contact Kathleen at  betweenblueandyellow@yahoo.com
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22 comments:

  1. It looks FANTASTIC!!! Way to go, I knew you could make it beautiful again ♥

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  2. LOVE IT. Care to share how you worked around the laminate top? I have a few peices I would like to transform, but I'm kinda scared to work with laminate.

    Thanks!

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  3. Looking at the 'before' picture, I am betting most would have run from that piece... you did a great job!

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  4. Great job! It looks like it was a lot of work.

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  5. What a beautiful dresser, now! It turned out great! LOVE that hardware too - wonderful job!!

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  6. It looks great - my favorite part is the hardware, of course!

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  7. I love the knobs on the top drawers! You did a great job.

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  8. I found your blog from JAG's Show and Share Day.

    I just bought a dresser very similar to this, and didn't realize that it had a laminate top until it was delivered. I was planning on painting it also, so if you care to share any tips about painting the laminate on yours, it would be MUCH appreciated!

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  9. Julie-check out my post on painting laminate http://btweenblueandyellow.blogspot.com/2010/07/painting-laminate.html

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  10. Nice job! I love old dressers!

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  11. Beautiful Dresser RE-DO love what you created. Thanks so much for linking up too. Have a wonderful day! Jenn

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  12. What a beautiful transformation. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

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  13. Love the dresser, looks great!

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  14. Stopping by from Metamorphosis Monday! I really like how the dresser turned out. Furniture is my new thing now! I am working on a triple dresser myself!

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  15. Wow! This looks Super Duper!
    Thank you for sharing!
    Leticia

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  16. I just left a comment on Remodelaholic and then realized you probably would not see it. Anyway, just wanted to let you know I admire your work. You have taken something I would pass by and turned it into a thing of beauty. Keep up the good work!!!

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  17. Looks great! I believe that dresser was mine at one time many years ago. My mom still has the desk that matches it. May have to get that from her and re-do it.

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  18. I think I do have the cousin, how funny! Although my top is not laminate but something glossy on top of wood. Yours turned out great! What color paint did you use?

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  19. Love your blog by the way! I'm your newest follower!

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  20. OMGosh thats exactly what Ive been looking for! And Nester(www.thenester.com) has its twin!
    Sarah
    HandbagsNPigtails.blogspot.com

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