I have been away from my blog since I posted the diy rope lampshade. I have been busy painting, creating, pricing and packing goods for the Vintage Bazaar. Now that its all over I'm ready to share the furniture makeovers and the set up. Since I was not able to get photos of the furniture at home I'll be sharing them from the show. I'm going to share all the furniture then the rest of the display.
First furniture makeover I'm sharing today is this lovely dresser that was made in New Hampshire.
I painted him in Benjamin Moores Azores
The beautiful antique milk white glass pulls came from dlawless hardware. The direct link to these beauty's are here. They are my favorite go to place for glass knobs and pulls. They have great customer service and fast shipping. They are more affordable then going to the big box store any-day.
I have use the pulls on my shabby chic table and my hutch in my kitchen.
The dresser was in okay condition but we had to repair the drawers. I had my heart set on painting it in Azores the day I got it.
I love that it was made local to us.
You can see a peek of the desk I will be also sharing this week.
The hot heat and humidity made it very difficult to open and close the drawers. It was nasty both days.
The first day I had the globes on it, a crate with the 70's Kerr jars that I added wire to them to hang...and a old stag bank.
This dresser is still available! It will make it to my space at Crompton Collective soon.
This was my second time doing this show and I did extremely well. Even with the heat and bugs.
Tomorrow I will be sharing the mid century piece I painted yellow.
I will be sharing my Azores Dresser & Antique Milk White Glass Pulls at these awesome link parties listed here.