Going back and re-visiting some of my furniture rehabs from my pre-blog days has an added bonus. I can correct the photos. Such is the case with this one, a gorgeous dresser that I painted with MMSMP in Grain Sack last fall.
Those of you who are familiar with MMSMP know that Grain Sack is a white with grey undertones, some might even call it a very pale grey. In my original photos the white balance was way off. See …
Wow … looking back I can’t believe I was happy with these photos. Yikes!
In the new and improved photos, you can see that the color is much more grey than cream.
This dresser has the most beautiful detail. Is there an official term for that kind of swagged curtain? Does anyone know?
The hardware was quite pretty as well.
This one ended up with just the right amount of chipping to look genuinely aged.
This dresser sold up at the Round Barn. I think to the owner’s mom, if memory serves. I hope she loves it and it is serving her well.