A Before and After With Fusion Mineral Paint in Sterling

I know I say this like it’s my mantra, OK maybe it is, but I am continually amazed at what a little paint can do!
Check out this before and after of a beautiful vintage dresser.  1980s-dresser-before-being-paintedThis dresser was in excellent condition, so there was no need to discard it, but it was obviously quite out-dated.  The gold hardware and slightly, too orange colour screamed 1980s.  fusion mineral paint and a paint brush Grey is a hot and trendy colour right now so I used Fusion Mineral Paint in Sterling (which I love because it has a top coat build right in!)…vintage-broyhill-dresser-painted-grey  gave it some new brushed silver hardware… fusion-mineral-paint-dresser-sterlingand this piece of sturdy furniture, that was still completely useful, is brought into this century.  silver-hardware-vintage-dresserIt has now become an incredibly versatile piece that could be used as a gorgeous dresser, a sideboard with tons or storage or even an elegant TV stand.  vintage-finds-painted-dressernew-hardware-vintage-dresserA little paint, a little time and a little vision can turn any outdated piece into a modern and stylish creation.  vintage-dresser-fusion-paint-sterlingCheck out some more make over using Fusion Mineral Paint…
Chalkboard Paint on a Century Old Chifferobe
Painting IKEA Furniture
Silk Screening With Paint
Making Over a Thrift Store Dresser

 

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  1. You are so right Lisa, it is amazing what a little paint can do. That is one amazing transformation! Just beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing at Vintage Charm.

  2. Lisa this dresser has left the 80’s and flew into the here and now! It looks fabulous! I love Fusion paint and this color is so classy. Well done! I hope you have a great day!
    Smiles!
    Terry

    1. Thanks so much Terry! I love, love, love this colour and can’t wait to use it again… you’re right; it’s just so classy! Thanks so much for taking the time to drop by. Hugs, Lisa

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