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The Pawliski Dresser





Meet the 70's.  Busy drawer fronts, chunky hardware and thick molding. Standing all alone, it's a little bit of an eye sore. Shall we put some paint on it? Uh, I think we shall.


Watch what happens when I add a little dabble of Old White Chalk Paint® decorative paint by Annie Sloan with a reverse painting distress technique.




So. Much. Better.



Happy Painting!
Carrie || Thirty Eighth Street

2 comments

  1. Lovely! Could you elaborate more on your technique. Thanks!

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  2. Hi Stephany! When I paint the drawers I paint with a push motion rather than back and forth. I'm pushing the paint into the crooks and crannies but I don't go for full coverage. I want some of that original wood to show through. That's what gives it the distressed look. I hope that helps!... Carrie

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