Thursday, 26 March 2015

Revamping a dresser with chalk paint and my collection of vintage ceramics

Back in May of last year I blogged about the bargain dresser we bought on ebay & my discovery of chalk paint. Giving the dresser a new lease of life was a real family affair with Magoo getting stuck in with this transformation project. Annie Sloan chalk paint is completely non-toxic, so I have no problems with letting my daughter lend a hand with a paintbrush. I wanted to share the finished project with you. My collection of vintage ceramics finally has a new home & I love the results.
upcycling a dresser with chalk paint and my collection of vintage ceramics
The pieces featured in this collection are from Hornsea, Meakin and Taunton Vale. All of them have been thrifted by me over the years. I've always wanted a proper place to display them & I think this dresser fits the bill perfectly. By using chalk paint, we revamped a dresser made from dark, dull wood into something light & airy...and all for less than £100.
upcycling a dresser with chalk paint and my collection of vintage ceramics
Revamping a dresser with chalk paint and my collection of vintage Hornsea and Taunton vale ceramics
upcycling a dresser with chalk paint and my collection of vintage ceramics
I'm linking up with the Vintage Inspiration Party over on knickoftime.net
I'm also linking up with Vintage Bliss Tuesdays on www.womaninreallife.com

If you'd like to see more retro goodies, head on over to my "Vintage Finds" board over on Pinterest...

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1 comment:

thetwodarlings.com said...

Gorgeous! I have a dresser like it and I really must make the time to paint it, I can't stand the pine anymore!

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