How to Create a Farmhouse Dresser

Hi everyone, Denise from Salvaged Inspirations here!

This DIY Dresser Makeover gave me a hard time and took two takes before I was happy. It was a custom soft gray and textured hardware that saved the day!

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After I gave this piece a really good clean and sand, I filled the dated motif and old hardware holes. Then, I used BOSS to block odors, stains, and stop bleed thru.

Next, I made a custom blend of Driftwood and Cotton. 3/4 Driftwood to 1/4 Cotton. It’s a beautiful light gray with soft blue undertones that gives a gorgeous modern farmhouse finish.

For the bare wood on the top and bottom of this dresser, I used a whitewash made with Cotton and water.

Next, for the whitewashed top and bottom I top coated with this Satin Clear Coat and for the painted body I used this clear wax.

Head over to Salvaged Inspirations here for more details on this painted piece.

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