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We are looking at how painting a nursery dresser can transform and modernize an old dresser.
Can you use an old dresser in the baby's room? Absolutely! Dressers are often such workhorses and are built to last. With a bit of paint and perhaps some new hardware, you can transform and modernize a dresser
A nursery dresser is an important nursery essential that will help you organize baby clothes, diapering essentials and allow you to create a diaper changing station. However, you don't have to go out and buy a brand new dresser.
If you have a good solid dresser in the house, with a bit of painting, you can transform the dresser to fit into your nursery design plan and style.
Below are some dresser transformations with fresh paint and new hardware.
DRESSER TRANSFORMATIONS WE LOVE
Look at this dresser transformation. An IKEA Hemnes dresser was modernized with two coats of chalk paint and new hardware. via Angela Rose Home
With a fresh coat of paint you can easily give the dresser a colorful upgrade. A white IKEA Hemnes dresser got a coat of Valspar Treeline and new brass hardware. via Plum Street
Once again a white nursery dresser was updated with a coat of Pratt and Lambert-Heron, to match the walls of the room. via In Honor of Design
In this stunning nursery dresser transformation, an unfinished wood dresser was painted with a combination of Behr Coral Expression and white paint, to create an Ombre look. via Why don't you make me
Last Updated on November 9, 2021 by Tira Attygalla
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