Elisha was able to convince the seller to come down on the price because it was in need of major repair work. It had a broken marble top, a missing caster, and a missing corbel. Once Elisha finished her repairs, including making a new top for it, she was on to the fun part that we all love so much - the prettying it up!
It was on this project that Elisha chose to use Milk Paint for the first time. She went with Salem Red by Old Fashioned Milk Paint Co. and was very pleased with the results it produced.
Let's take a look-see at this dresser now...
Though not original, she kept the hardware that came with it and just removed the backplate behind it. Combine that small change with the new top and color combo and it all pulls together. It's truly a custom one of a kind piece.
Pneumatic Addict Furniture is based in Queen Creek, Arizona. Elisha grew up in a DIY household so it's in her bloodline. You have to go check out her blog. It's full of projects and if you have questions, she will gladly answer them. Take a bathroom break and grab a cup of coffee before you head over, because there is a lot to see and you'll laugh out loud along the way. It's there that you'll find even more details and pictures of this before and after.
Thanks so much Elisha for sharing your remarkable furniture flip.
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Have a great Thursday!