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  1. Becky Ackroyd says:

    The dresser turned out fabulous!
    I refinish/paint furniture, and almost every MCM piece is constructed with veneer on the sides, and many times on the top. There were a few high end brands that didn’t do this, but for the most part, this is the standard.

    1. Thank you! I agree, yes they are but I have never seen the particle board in the middle like this. It usually has cheap wood under it.

      1. Rebecca Ackroyd says:

        I live in Canada, so maybe the Canadian manufacturers were more into particle board/plywood under the veneer, but I see particle board/plywood a lot on pieces here. ๐Ÿ™‚ I can’t say that I’ve ever foud a dresser by the big name US or Scandinavian MCM companies here, though. Mostly Canadian manufacturers (when the pieces are marked).

        1. Hmmm that’s so interesting Rebecca.

  2. Wow, stunning! You are a creative person, beautiful transformation of the dressor

  3. This is brilliant!! I have 2 dressers that could use this!!

    1. Oh good luck and tank you.

  4. Another fantastic job!

    1. Thank you so much Nancy.

  5. How cool is this!!! You did a great job!

    1. Thanks so much Jen! I’m glad it is over ๐Ÿ˜‰

  6. That is stunning. Wow.

    1. Thanks so much Adrienne.

  7. Absolutely fantastic! I cannot believe how incredible this looks. Congrats.

    1. Thank you Arli for the sweet compliment.

  8. Wow, simpy amazing transformation. I probably would have just taken a sledgehammer to it but your perserverance really paid off!

    1. I was very close to letting my frustration out on the dresser ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thanks Susan.

  9. That is awesome! Turned out beautifully. Glad you stuck with it cause this is going to give a lot of diy inspiration. Good job!

    1. I figured it also would be ridiculous for me to give up since I have a blog and I should be helping others figure things out if they run into a similar issue ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thanks Barb

    1. Thanks Cassie, I have a feeling I’ll be using the pole wrap again.

  10. Another awesome transformation….you are incredibly talented! I SO enjoy your projects, this one is beautiful!!!

    1. Thanks so much Kathie!

  11. I love it! It’s better than your inspiration piece. Very well done.

    1. Well that’s an awesome compliment Barabara. Thanks so much

  12. Bond Corp says:

    Such an informative article! I agreed that at first, we should use a tack cloth to get better finishing for flawless results. By using tack cloth you can easily remove small dust and dirt particles from the surface. Your blog is very well written and all the information provided by you is really very helpful. Thank you for sharing! Keep Posting!

  13. aussiebushgirl says:

    Stunning and very creative! Another beautiful restoration.

    1. Thanks so much, Heather.

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