Monday, December 27, 2010

Three ring-pulls


Here is a dresser I recently finished.

After

This dresser was very unfortunate looking when I brought it home.
It had some sort of goo running down the front of it that had hardened.
It was sick. This is the one that I used the paint stripper on.

Before

Anyway, I love how this one turned out. A little more elegant looking.
It would be perfect next to a bed I think.
Here are some pictures I have found with a similar style of dresser. Now these are way nicer and way more expensive, but they give ideas other than a simple little nightstand.


{Restoration Hardware}

{I cant remember where I saw this one}

{Restoration Hardware}
{Restoration Hardware}


Now that the Holidays are just about over, and my classes are done, I feel like I will really be able to get some things done around here.
I have furniture up the wazoo that needs to be done and cannot wait to get to it.
So hopefully I will be updating alot more. I say that every time but I mean it this time.
This dresser is for sale if anyone is interested.
Email me for details.


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7 comments:

  1. It is beautimus. The before looks like it is crying. No wonder.....it was sad looking. I am glad you saw it's inner beauty. The pulls are FAB-U-LOUS!

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  2. Your little dresser is gorgeous! It looks every bit as wonderful as its' expensive cousins!

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  4. That is beautiful ... and completely competes with any of those *professional* photos. Good job! I especially like that you left the top unpainted. :)

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  5. i think you're fab and gave you an award!!! be sure to come by and check it out.

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    xoxo
    Amanda

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  6. You're right, that dresser was certainly in a sorry state of affairs. But you've done wonders with it! It looks really lovely. Can't wait to have a look around your blog!
    Megs :)

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  7. Shelbie, you did a fantastic job on this dresser! I love the detail on the front of the drawers and the hardware you chose. So glad I came across your blog. I'm a new follower.

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