Are you looking for DIY painted dresser ideas that will spark your creative side? These inspirations will help you turn that old and boring chest of drawers into something fabulous. Brighten up your bedroom with painted furniture that rocks. Whether you swoon over pops of color or enjoy muted shades, these dresser ideas will provoke you to try something new.
Jamielyn over at I Heart Nap Time inspires us with her gorgeous dresser makeover. To give this piece of furniture its own unique look, she mixed her own chalk paint using Plaster of Paris and White Raisen by Sherwin Williams. It created this very muted yellow that gives off a cozy and welcoming vibe. Chalk paint is amazing because it is so easy to get more bang for your buck. Of court the other reason it is my go-to paint is the beauty it brings out on any piece.
Kammy’s Korner gave an antique dresser a new lease on life. She mixed turquoise and a light green paint and it turned out a seafoam green. Then she prepped her old dresser with Zinnser primer and let everything dry. The edges and ornate details were sanded for a distressed look which brought out the hints of yellow. This piece of furniture pops with personality!
Unfiltered charm at its finest. A DIY paint dresser idea that can turn your bedroom into an enchanted abode. Susan and Dean at Stone Creek Antiques really know how to repurpose dressers. The carved details pop against the Earthy green tones. Let your imagination lead you when you start a dresser update project like this. This will pleasantly surprise you.
The DIY Painted Dresser Chalk It Up Challenge
I am smitten over chalk paint anything, but furniture is my favorite. The texture and ease of use with this paint are unbelievable. Here are some lovelies that made the cut on the Chalk It Up Challenge. Which one do you think deserves the title of the best-painted dresser?
Beth at Farm Fresh Vintage Finds teaches us how Annie Sloan is truly the Goddess of chalk paint. Dressed in Country Gray, this chest is refreshed and renewed. She sold it the same day she finished it. Now that’s awesome! The bright white makes the drawer pulls bold.
Mary at Orphans with Makeup gave this old and tired dresser a new lease on life with a powder blue chalk paint and new knobs. Perfect for a coastal theme room, it’s lightly distressed giving it a dreamy appearance. This pretty blue dresser would also look fabulous in a hallway or dining room.
Don’t be afraid of darker shades of chalk paint. This Annie Sloan coco color gives this dresser a rich look. The light gray detailing adds depth and character to this piece of furniture. Dated dresser pulls are replaced with new ones which make a major impact on the design. Sophia’s Decor loves a good DIY paint dresser project and it shows.
The fairytale charm of this French Provincial chest caught me by surprise. Even though it is not a larger dresser, it deserves an honorable mention. The entire chest was sanded and the drawers were painted in custom pink. The body of the chest was painted in Vintage Lace by Kristi Kuehl. The designer at Just the Woods finished this DIY project when she painted the details with chestnut colored protective wood stain.
More DIY Painted Dressers to Fall In Love With
Dark gray chalk paint gives this dresser a sleek look. Simple knobs create a minimalist design and the stained wooden top reveals its original glory. I am amazed how a little update goes a long way.
Another Annie Sloan Chalk masterpiece for us to covet. Dressed in old white with French Linen chalk paint, some antiques make the best pieces of furniture to work with.
A coral painted low boy chest turns a family heirloom into an eye-catching piece of designer furniture.
You have options other than just paint to give your dresser a complete makeover. Painted with sophisticated silver and a damask stenciled pattern, this beautiful antique solid wood dresser would look great in any bedroom. Stenciling techniques make dressers look interesting and expressive. Give them a story and put some thought into creating a one of a kind design.
Another beautifully remodeled dresser by Sophia’s Decor. This gorgeous piece of furniture is dressed in patterned linen fabric and white distressed chalk paint. I adore how this fabric paneled dresser pops in vivid color of dark navy and white.
Decoupage dressers create some of the most unique styles and colors that you will find. Spring is the time many of us start looking for ways to update our furniture and make our homes warm and welcoming. Floral decor is pretty popular right now therefore, it makes sense to Mod Podge some romantic fabric onto a tired old dresser to update it. This stunning furniture remodel paired with the matching chairs is chic and classy.
Persimmon is a romantic and warm color. It looks fabulous on this dresser. Acrylic paint is second to the best (chalk paint) in my opinion. It evens out nicely, is easy to use and makes any furniture look professionally done.
More Colorful DIY Paint Dresser Inspirations… Style Your Home
If you are fortunate enough to score an antique vanity, celebrate the moment then prepare to make it one of a kind. This gorgeous piece of furniture was old and tired but that was nothing a little paint could not fix. Look at the stunning mixture of muted turquoise and gray. The gold pulls give it a royal flair.
Shabby and chic, this vintage vanity comes back to life with a coat of chalk paint.