Saturday, March 17, 2012

Harlequin Dresser/Sideboard

This is one of those projects that I had to adjust my initial plan for the piece. I was originally going to stain the top and drawer fronts.  But the wood just wasn't cooperating.  So then I thought I'd try leaving some wood with this harlequin design and staining the drawer edges.  Here's the result.......





Before I show a little more detail, here's the before photo.....

















I think the "after" looks a little better, huh?  


Now I'll show you a few more pics with some of the details.  I tried a new technique with a silver glaze.  What do you think?  







































































And here she is, one more time.......




Thank you so much for stopping by.  Your comments are always welcome!


Jeanne

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24 comments:

Anonymous said...

It looks great! Truly inspiring work. :)

ART aka Anna-Ruth Taynton said...

Love it....Very Creative!

Marisa said...

OMGosh!! It is a beautiful piece and so elegant looking.

Chrissie said...

You had me at harlequin. Love it!!

Elinor Barbary said...

I love this! Really beautiful work - well done!

Rani @ La Maison Jolie said...

Absolutely stunning work! Beautiful!!!
:)
Rani
http://lamaisonjolie.blogspot.com.au/

Kathy said...

WOWZA! Love this transformation!

Our Pinteresting Family said...

Amazing transformation! Great job. Megan

Cindy said...

Your dresser is very beautiful! I love it.
Hugs, Cindy

Hartwood Roses said...

I love this!!! Your 'after' is so much better than the tired, dated, beat up 'before'.

art is beauty said...

I am AMAZED!!! I LOVE it!! I cannot believe this is the same dresser.
You rocked this!
Karin

Beth said...

Wow. Beautiful job. I love the harlequin top.

Sharon @ mrshinesclass said...

I looooove the way the dresser turned out. The harlequin pattern is beautiful. I have a very similar dresser and after seeing yours I'm wondering if I should repaint it. Thanks so much for the inspiration and for sharing at Show & Tell.

Sharon @ mrs. hines class

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

Beautiful!Thank you for linking up at Feathered Nest Friday!

Stacey said...

You dresser is so fun and unique! Love it!
PLease come by to link it up to my party!
Would love to have you there!
Stacey of Embracing Change
http://staceyembracingchnage.blogspot.com

micki @ ADD housewife said...

I love it! I think I owned that dresser at one point~!

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

Beautifully done!

Stacey said...

Looks great!
WOW!!!
Great piece!
Thanks for coming by to link up...I would love to have you back this week!
See you there!
Stacey of Embracing Change

D @ The Shady Porch said...

That looks great! I love the harlequin pattern and colors. It's a nice piece of furniture! Thanks for sharing at the Rock 'N Share.

Kammy's Korner said...

This is so awesome - HAD to feature it on Trash 2 Treasure Tuesdays!!! Feel free to grab a featured button if you'd like. :)

1House1Couple said...

Awesome make over! You did a great job - you actually didn't have to ask if the after is better. LOL. It definitely is! :)

~Lisha

p.s. I found you through Lori's blog at bleak2unique. I'm your newest linky follower! if you want you can linky follow me back at onehouseonecouple.blogzam.com :)

I Play Outside The Box said...

Wow...what a transformation!!! Beautiful! Found you over at MRL!

gail said...

Jeanne--I like the silver touches! you did a great job on this dresser/sideboard.
thanks for sharing at Catch as Catch Can
gail

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