French Linen Painted Dresser

French Linen Painted Dresser

In order to give Loblolly Manor a cohesive feel throughout the home, my mom chose a color palate of whites, grays and pops of pale turquoise. Our decorating budget is really tight and we’re reusing as many pieces of furniture as possible. This dresser started out really modern but I knew with a little bit of French Linen paint and different hardware we could totally transform it. Here’s how all of the details came together…

Annie Sloan French Linen and Pure White Painted Headboard

Annie Sloan French Linen and Pure White Painted Headboard

With the headboard in the master bedroom in place, we turned our attention to the headboard in the third bedroom. The style was a little too modern for the vision my Mom had for Loblolly Manor. So, we chose to bring out the architectural details with a custom mix of French Linen and Pure White. Here’s a sneak peek of how the headboard came together…

Duck Egg Painted Dresser

Duck Egg Painted Dresser

As I shared earlier this week, I’ve been coming home with lots of goodies lately. This dresser was one of several pieces of furniture I’ve been excited to find. Given there is only one piece of furniture left in my booth at The Pickers Market painted in what has become a signature color, I knew this duck egg painted dresser would be a big hit. Wait until you see the before picture, it doesn’t even look like the same piece.