Rose Pink Geometric Patterned Dresser

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Hello Friends!  I am so happy to be back writing this post for ya'll!  I have been on a long break taking care of and training our puppy, Fig!  He is the smartest and best puppy ever! He is insanely well behaved and such a good listener!


Moving on to this furniture makeover, this was something knew I tried out, and I am really happy with how it turned out!  I love the geometric pattern I gave some of the drawers for a fun pop!

(The products used in this post were so kindly sent to me by the team over at Country Chic Paint, but of course all thoughts and opinions are my own!)

Let's get right into this makeover!


I picked up this piece off of Facebook Marketplace.  I knew I had to have it when I saw those drawer pulls!  They are amazing.

It didn't look like much at first but as soon as I figured out what I could do with it, I knew it was going to look like a whole new piece!

I cleaned it up and used some high grit sand paper to smooth out and bumps and chipping paint!

Next up I mixed my paint to get this gorgeous rose pink color called Mary's Harmony! This mixing recipe calls for 1 part Cranberry Sauce, 2 parts Sunday Tea, and 2 parts Driftwood!

I made sure to mix it up really good, and now it's time for paint!

I gave this beauty 3 coats of this pretty pink!

While that was drying, I started on these fun geometric drawers!  I painted my 2nd and 3rd drawer white with Country Chic'c Crinoline and let that dry completely before applying my painters tape!

Once dried, I just grabbed my painters tape and just started adding it.  I didn't really have a plan for this other than to make it look geometric. I think winging this part really worked out!

One the tape was applied, I painted over it with white once again to ensure crisp lines!  Next I painted on my black in the color Liquorice.  I did 2 coats of the black!

I removed my tape and viola! We have some fun geometric drawers that were super easy to accomplish!

I sanded over everything with a 3000 grit sanding pad to get everything silky smooth, and then I applied my natural wax to finish it off!

I spray painted the original hardware gold, put it back on, and we're done!

I love love love how this piece turned out and I feel like it was something super different from what I am used to doing!

Let me know what you guys think :)

Head over to Country Chic Paint to try out some of their products!

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