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A friend of mine from church recently gave me this dresser in exchange for “painting advice”.  Ok….she is the sweetest EVER. Doesn’t she know I give advice for free to my friends!!!!!?????
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Painted and Stained Dresser Jennifer Allwood
This is the finished product that the girls and I ended up with.  I just can’t get enough of mixing paint with stain! It looks so expensive and rich.

Painted and Stained Dresser Jennifer Allwood
It’s a soft blue paint with that is actually much deeper than it looks in the photos. For the stain, I love using Old Master’s Wood Gel Stain in Dark Walnut.

And you know I have to junk everything up with my trademark blinged-out crystal knobs……

Painted and Stained Dresser Jennifer Allwood

You can find some similar crystal knobs like these HERE. They just add some extra glam, don’t you think? A girl needs glam in her life.

Painted and Stained Dresser Jennifer Allwood

This painted and stained furniture piece would be gorgeous in a master bedroom. Or with a sink cut into the top for a bath vanity like this one we did for our powder room. Or an entryway. Or a living room. It’s a versatile size and neutral farmhouse color for sure.

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