Okay, so we got the big dresser done.
Then we bought and assembled the day bed.
The space over lapped in an awkward way.
Fortunately, the neighbors curbed a dresser and nightstand combo that were a little smaller.
And with the removal of the heart stickers, they had potential.
Nice enough, huh?
Okay, there's a reason it was on the side of the road.
But this is not going to discourage me. Because I'm a little crazy.
So let's remove the ugly brass hardware...
...scrape off the stickers...
...and give it a go, shall we?
We need to rough up this shiny surface with a little sanding.
The peeling seams need smoothing too.
And the whole thing needs a serious cleaning. But that's okay, it'll be worth it.
The Minion crew is on it.
And we're committed to cool results.
So let's get started.
We'll call in the Feline Overlord Inspection Team.
The project is deemed ready to undertake.
Mom took over on the paint part.
The top was given three coats of Rustoleum Gloss Black, then, while still wet, crumple plastic wrap on the surface to give it a textured look.
Give the hardware a couple coats of silver, the rest of the chest three coats of satin aqua, and we have this!
Not looking like something you'd find on a street corner now, eh?
The nightstand has a little more story to go.
But yeah, this should fit Mom's new space a little better.