I have self-induced “dresser drama”….
A college girl who babysits for me asked me to paint this old dresser for her:
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So, I was going to show you this gorgeous turquoise and black dresser today:
OOPS!! She wanted it teal, so I had to repaint it.
Have you ever banged your head against a beautiful piece of furniture that you just painted???????
Yeah, me neither. But I wonder if it would make me feel better.
So now that I have changed the dresser to teal, you be the judge in which color you like best: teal vs turquoise?
Teal vs Turquoise?
I’d love to hear from you!
All I know is that if my husband has to load this dresser up one.more.time….we may be breaking up.
If you’re thinking about painting furniture, I recommend you start with a good chalk brush – I love these the chalk type brushes and true sponge applicator from Heirloom Traditions and my favorite top coat is this one by Modern Masters.
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