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It just needed a fresh color to work in the new nursery.
This time I used Deco Art Americana Décor Chalky Finish paint in Yesteryear which a nice, mellow gray.
I measured each drawer to find the correct position for the knob and then drilled a hole for the new hardware, making each hole slightly larger than the hex bolt that would be going through it.
It needed to be big enough for the bolt to slip through the hole but not so large the knob would be wobbly.
This little dresser was the perfect piece for Griffin’s nursery.
So when it was time to move Griffin to his big by room and update the nursery for baby Asher, I knew this dresser was staying.
Truthfully though, the whole thing was way easier than I expected. Some old doorknobs have small square holes but mine each had a round threaded hole.
It’s cheap and best of all, it gives you lots of opportunities to redo it the way you want.I sanded the edges again and then followed that up with Deco Art’s matte varnish as a sealer and it had a whole new look! hrift stores, yard sales, flea markets and even Craigslist are great sources for finding old furniture pieces to remodel.They weren’t marked with a price and I had no idea what I was going to use them for, but I figured it wouldn’t hurt to ask how much they were. It just goes to show you never know what you will find at yard sales.When this little dresser project came along, it seemed like the perfect time to pull them out.