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Modern Dresser Makover ~ Mid Century Chic

I don’t know about you, but I’m super-excited today! Why? Well, today is my first post joining a wonderful group of ladies for Furniture Fixer Uppers. Each month we will be sharing our furniture makeovers to teach, to share, to inspire you. For this month, I’m sharing this vintage piece that is going to get a modern dresser makeover. PLUS, I have a giveaway for you. Yay!

Mid Century Modern Dresser Found at Thrift Store by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

True story, I walked into the thrift store to find only some sweaters to repurpose for my sheep (see here). I pinky swear. As I was heading to the back of the store, the shop lady was on the phone talking to one of the owners telling them that yes, this particular dresser was STILL there and she was to get rid of it. ahem. I halted my tracks and said, “I’ll take it.” Any sane person would have done the same thing.

My peeps, when this piece is sitting there covered in #trashure, falling apart and being dismissed, we must Read more

Mid Century Modern Dresser Makeover

To have a creative mind is fun. I love to work with most any kind of medium and it just so happens that furniture has become my most popular at this point. When I find a piece of furniture it tends to speak to me from the moment we meet. Sometimes that isn’t always the case because it can be shy and won’t “speak” to me for a bit , but with this Mid Century Modern dresser I knew exactly what I wanted to do.

Before of Mid Century Modern Credenza | Prodigal Pieces | www.prodigalpieces.com

This long beautiful piece of furniture had not been cared for and had a good amount of damage and wear to the top.

Top of Mid Century Modern Dresser with Damage | Prodigal Pieces | www.prodigalpieces.com

It had some sort of star-shaped candle that had melted/burnedΒ into the top as well as hot pink marker and some other goodies.

Damaged Dresser Top View | Prodigal Pieces | www.prodigalpieces.com

*post paint products provided by Dixie Belle Paint Company and contains affiliate links so you can find the products I love to use too! (see full disclosure)

The drawer fronts had holes made in them by an insect or someone having fun with a tack, but they were sound enough. However, when I pulled out a couple of the drawers they fell apart at my feet. Nothing a little wood glue, wood filler, and clampsΒ couldn’t solve though.

Before I get too far along, let me announce the winner of the AutoRight Steam Machine! Did you see my video on how awesome that thing is?? Read more

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