I plan on painting some of the dresser I shared on Monday. I don’t want to paint the whole thing, but the sides are scratched up and it needs some love.
Mid-Century dressers, due to their clean lines, seem to take two-tone paint jobs pretty well. More traditional dressers don’t look as good.
One of my favorite examples of a two-tone dresser is this one from Amber Interiors.
I’m not a big fan of this dresser, but it’s going in the right direction.
Young House Love has a detailed post about how they refinished a dresser and painted the top of it here.
I plan on painting our dresser black around the edge. I looked for a piece like it, but this was the closest I got to it.
Obviously, we’ll skip the peeling paint portion of this DIY.