4.21.2011

The Zaida Dresser - Before & After

Before
After
This sweet dresser is one that would work perfectly in a baby girl's nursery or a little girl's bedroom. The original hardware and curvey top and base add a touch of femininity.
It is available for purchase so please email me at frostedgardner@live.com with any questions.

We are planning a quick trip for a family event this weekend and I am looking forward to a little get away. We are planning a visit to my parent's ranch house and an Easter egg hunt for the little ones. I hope that the weather cooperates!

Happy Thursday!


14 comments:

The Painted Parlor said...

I hope the weather cooperates too!! It's slow to warm up here in Utah! That dresser is so feminine and adorable. Very nicely done.

Julie ~

Christine @ craftygeordi.blogspot.com said...

What a beautiful dresser! From the photos it looks like it was restored back to its original beauty rather than changed. Love it.

Katie @ OhhBaby said...

I am in love with the way this turned out! GREAT job!

Chelsea said...

Oh I hope you have such a lovely Easter! You deserve a nice break. ;)

alison said...

very clean and fresh now...well done!

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

What a sweet curvy dresser! Hope you have a wonderful weekend. Happy egg hunting!

Denyse@Crazy Beautiful Life said...

I am your newest follower from Delightful Order...I would love for you to visit my blog and share some tips on home re-do...I have a house full of oak and want to re-do it so bad but it was very expensive and I'm afraid to ruin it...maybe I will just keep re-painting the dresser I know I can't ruin...LOL

You have a very inspiring blot!!!

Kim @ A Brush of Whimsy said...

It looks just perfect!

kathie said...

The dresser is perfect & gorgeous, as always!! I like the new knobs on the top :)

The DIY Show Off said...

It's beautiful, Melanie! You do an amazing job.

Have a wonderful Easter weekend away! :)
Roeshel

tales from an oc cottage said...

Oh my gosh! Just so darn cool!

m ^..^

Michaela said...

Love the painted dresser! So amazing what a coat of paint does (:

Lana K. W. Austin said...

Oh, you did such a fabulous job on this. It looks soooo French/European/elegant and timeless!
Love.
Love.
Love.

Hugs,
Lana In Italy

Anne Lorys - Fiona and Twig said...

Lovely transformation, well done!

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