The counselor brought home a beast of a dresser a few weeks ago. It was a dark wood midcentury thing with four wicker cabinet doors. Problem was, the wicker on one of the doors was torn and damaged. With a little help from a very sharp pocket knife, the wicker on each cabinet was cut out. Behind the four cabinet doors was very sturdy panel wood. One thing you’ve got to love about old furniture is it’s built incredibly well. About 100 staples held each wood panel in place. Once I realized how it was all put together I had an idea. I wanted each panel removed so I could paint a chevron pattern.
Lots of work, but totally worth it.
I loved the gray and cream look so much, I painted a French dresser in the same colors.
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