Restoration Hardware Dresser Take 2

I have to admit this is not my favorite DIY piece- like the one I did HERE.  But there are sometimes you just have to go with it and know you tried your best.  And lets just be honest-its a whole-heck-of-a lot better than what I started out with. 

The treatment was the same as the other dresser. Citristrip  and more Citristrip, then sanding, then whitewash with Chalk Paint, then driftwood gray deck & patio stain- finished off with a slather of MinWax clear paste.  

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14 thoughts on “Restoration Hardware Dresser Take 2”

  1. Allison says:

    Oh, LOVE it!! Very well done!

  2. “Whole heck of a lot better…” are you KIDDING!? It’s FABULOUS!!!

  3. Rachael @ Roco Rennie says:

    Great project – I love the ensmeble on the top of the dresser too. x

  4. Sommer says:

    Oooh I love it! I’m the difference is night and day. Please join my party this weekend =)

  5. The dresser is so pretty. I like what’s on top, too!!! It does ot look a thing like its former self.

  6. Becky@OrganizingMadeFun says:

    Well,the pictures make it look beautiful! Love it!

    Becky B.
    Organizing Made Fun

  7. The transformation is gorgeous. It looks like a very expense piece of furniture now. Well done!

  8. I think it looks great! Love that bust!

  9. KAT says:

    great job..I love this look love that chalk paint

  10. Excellent! I love the bust too.

  11. Aroura says:

    *Jaw dropping at the pure goreousness that is this dresser!*

  12. Oh, I think it’s FABULOUS!!!

  13. Heather says:

    This is amazing. I have a mirror that I’m restoration hardware-ifying (so a word!). Can you tell me what the brand of the driftwood grey stain was that you used?

  14. Tara's House says:

    Love it! I am doing something similar to a table………and was wondering what brand of gray stain you used?

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