Statement Dresser

Every room needs a statement piece of furniture.  My client's bedroom will now have one.
Here is a dresser we just finished up for her.  Painted in Annie Sloan's Pure White - with a surprise pop of color inside the door. Lovely!

For those interested, here is how the dresser looked when I found it at Good Will!

Linking up to:
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  1. First of all, what a great eye you have to have seen past the ugly at GW! Secondly I just painted a dresser in pure white too... And I'm a little in love ;) I never paint white so it was a change for me! Seriously love the dresser! Great job!

  2. This looks so great painted - that carving was so ugly before and you've made it beautiful. Love the pop of color too!

  3. It came out amazing! Who would have thought that that dresser could come out so gorgeous!

  4. so pretty! i love the aqua behind the door! it makes me happy!

  5. I saw something similar to this in goodwill this morning, but someone had already claimed it! I love the look and I'm so jealous. I need one. I don't have a spot for it yet...Great finishing job!!

  6. Love the dresser...and the pop of color is great. Found you through Embracing Change -am now a follower....

  7. Isn't it amazing what a little paint can do! This looks so nice!

  8. I love the pop of color. I like the way the white makes the "carvings" looks so much more classy. :)

  9. I have a dresser set up very much like this that we use for a TV stand and media holder. Would love to do the secret color inside this way! That being said, it's my own dresser and who knows when i will get to painting it! Lol.Very nice!

  10. I love this dresser. I'm a new follower from sister-number-5.blogspot.com

  11. I love the pop of blue! I have a similar dresser that I painted solid black but now I wished I had painted the inside drawers a fun color like this. You can see it here http://thestylesisters.blogspot.com/2012/02/under-da-sea-part-2-thrift-store.html