It started out white with simple tapered legs. I put small turned legs on it and put a fresh coat of paint on it. Then when we moved from little boy to big boy I painted it blue and put a larger turned bun foot on it. It's been that way for a long time.
This summer my son decided he wanted a corner desk, and as good fortune would have it, that day there was a free one on craigslist that came with a chest. It is actually really heavy duty office furniture with a lateral file. The desk went in the corner, and we took the dividers out of the file piece and put it in his closet for a dresser. Fits perfect!! Someday I'll do a post on his room.
Anyway, the blue dresser came out and has been sitting in my dining room for a couple months. I thought it might get used elsewhere, but have decided to part with it. So...touched up the paint, changed the knobs and again changed the feet out for ones more fitting the style. I really love how it turned out! Too bad I don't have a use for it.
Here it is, it's on it's way to craigslist.
I'm not the best photographer, and the lighting in my house is horrible. If I would have dragged it outdoors and taken pictures in natural light the colors would have turned out way better. But, I don't have any helpers around, so this is what I get.
The paint chip and the little sample on the lid look really navy, but in real life it turned out more of a grayish blue, which I'm really loving now. I left the knobs and feet natural, and I think the contrast is cool.
The drawers are lined with a blue plaid wallpaper, and the door on the right had a slide out rack for hanging small clothes. It was a baby dresser to begin with.
Here's the tag on the back to prove it. It says, "Fine Baby Furniture Since 1897."
Here's one more picture with horrible glare from the window.
Kinda wishing I had a baby boy to go with this, but he's a freshman this year. My baby days are behind me.
If any of my local friend are interested, let me know. I'd be happy to see it in a new home.
Thanks for stopping by, have a great day!