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Mediterranean Kids Dressers

This 1970's Mediterranean dresser with lots of details and curves was refinished and is now a piece oozing with sophistication and style.


"I used Annie Sloan Chalk Paint (we have a new store here in Cville) and didn’t even have to sand it! I mixed the ombre colors myself with the teal and white getting lighter as I added more white. Note also the Target seaglass lamp and grassy basket for keys." via Kath Eats Real Food


Betcha never thought that an old, Mediterranean style chest could look so good! Just add paint and wa room magic!

from Apartment Therapy

Before &amp After: Clara's Two-Toned Desk

Before & After: Clara's Two-Toned Desk We see desks like this all the time at flea markets and usually dismiss them as too dowdy, but bright paint totally modernizes the look. Ginger says she was inspired by the two-toned dresser that John and Sherry of Young House Love re-did for their own Clara. She tells us that she "sanded and restained the wood with Minwax stain in English Chestnut. The metal bottom was spray-painted with Valspar in Mediterranean."