Friday, November 7, 2014

Dresser in "Dirty" White for a Client



I had a client bring by a taller dresser to be painted.  I do not have the BEFORE picture since I had to get a new phone, but it was off white with gold on the trim details.  She wanted it "dirty" white, so I painted it in Garlic Clove by Benjamin Moore and then sealed  and made it "dirty" with AS dark wax and hemp oil.  


My Client wanted the hardware to by "dirty" too, so I did the same thing for it. 









10 comments:

  1. Who knew dirty could look so good? I love it and I am sure she does too, great job!

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    1. Thank you Gigi-she did like it very much and it is now in her shop!

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  2. That dresser looks great "dirty"...love the hardware too!!

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  3. wow!!! danke für die tollen bilder und inspirationen, einen schönen freitag wünscht angie aus deutschland

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  4. I'll bet your client thinks it is just the right amount of dirty!

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    1. Thank you Marueen-"dirty" did it for this one!

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  5. I never knew dirty could look so good! Love the color and the dirty look hardware too. Thanks for sharing at VIP.

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    1. Thank you Betsy-who knew "dirty" was so good! ha ha

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