It’s time to compile this year’s version of the VERY best pictures we have seen from around our social accounts, customer reviews, texted pictures and instagram follows. Of course, this is just our opinion, and it’s always what strikes YOUR fancy! We are hopeful some of these give you, our readers, some great ideas for practical, fun and new ways to look at the furniture pieces laying around your home. If any of them need a face-lift or a restoration of any kind, we are here to help!
And, as always, thanks, as always, for all the updates from all our MudPaint customers!
First, starting above, for a painted dresser idea, what about if you were to add some stripes to a dresser to take the ordinary and make it extraordinary? This dresser by Tweaks on ‘Tiques in Charcoal with stripes in Just Black, Manor White, and Smoke is stunning!
Second, as this bold, bright yellow painted dresser idea above can attest, a bit of color can add some cheer to your bedroom by painting the body of a dresser Butternut like MW Merchant! This dresser is SO uplifting, isn’t it? When you need energy to get out of bed, this dresser will do it.
Third, for another painted dresser idea, you can always use Suede Blue on a dresser to add a calming piece to the bedroom. This dresser by All This Fancy Junk brings serenity to the bedroom. Such a warm and calming color…we just love it!
Wow. And fourth, never forget, that for another spot of inspiration, ideas, and spark of creative juices, that neutrals are timeless. When you are looking to paint something that will match anything, transform a dresser like Glen Cove with China White.
Finally, here is our last, but certainly not least! – shot of inspiration, and rejuvenation for you. As a final painted dresser idea, you can always stay solid and stout and secure and just paint a dresser in Just Black for an elegant, timeless and yet so sophisticated look. This dresser by Perfectly Imperfect Furniture Restoration is gorgeous!
As always, keep them coming! We love to see all this creativity and expression as you use MudPaint. Thank you!