Updating a built in dresser dating during and after divorce
A trick is to fold over sandpaper on a stir stick to get even sanding in those areas.After about two hours of meditative work sanding the wood, the next part is wiping away the dust from the surfaces.Then I lined the inside of the tray with painter’s tape to protect the interior mirror finish.While the tray was now looking perfect for a little pink dresser, the old hardware on the dresser was a little less fitting.
)I want to lighten up my more traditional style to get more of an eclectic cottage vibe.
Theresa Clement co-hosts the My Fixit Up Life talk show with her husband Mark, who is her partner at work and at home.
She is the designer for Food Network’s "Save My Bakery," and designed for "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition." She is a licensed contractor, certified color consultant and certified aging-in-place specialist with a focus on Alzheimer's.
Beyond just the new pink stain for the wood parts of the furniture, I have a plan to update the hardware in a girl-empowering style, too. With the parts of the furniture set out on tables, I’m ready to sand and remove the old finish.
This opens up the natural wood to receive the new color stain.