Green Dresser #2


Okay, so I'm sure you've guessed by now that I love the color green.  Proven here, here, and most recently here.
With this dresser I decided to make it look similar to green dresser #1 because it has been the most popular piece of furniture so far.
This was one U-G-L-Y you ain't got no alibi piece before
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After, with dark stained top
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The color is Pine needle by Eddie Bauer

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This piece would be perfect as a buffet or a TV console
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The cabinets open up to reveal two more drawers. 
The drawers could be removed to make room for DVD player, or video game systemfurniture 377

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  1. I'm searching for a giant piece like this one, with no luck. I love the soft green-great color choice! Hope to see you back at WhateverWednesday , again. :)

  2. You did a fantastic job! Your dresser looks amazing!

  3. I love that green! I've been looking for that color so thank you for sharing! Your work is always amazing!

  4. Gorgeous piece! Love the color and the dark stained top.

  5. your new old piece
    looks fabulous after your reno

    love the light lines with the dark top

    thanks for sharing!


  6. This is just perfect! I would love to happen upon a piece that size I could redo. Found you via Coastal Charm. Toodles, Kathryn

  7. Great job! I love the green. Cute blog love you work.

  8. The piece turned out wonderful and I love the color. I can see why it sold quickly. Thanks for linking to the Open House Party.

  9. What a great post this is!

    I LOVE the look of the stained top and painted "bottom". Sometimes I think we can be intimidated by re-finishing the wood tops...but you broke it down and it's not so scary. As long as you have some time, a sander, and a hardware store, you can do this.

    I love your green dresser and all the other projects featured.




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