Okay, you can tell that I didn't get me project completed this past weekend. I've finally got it to a presentable state. Do you remember this dresser I picked up from the Goodwill?
Well, I finally rolled up my sleeves and got to work. At first, I was paralyzed with color choices. Do I go with my safe white or should I break out of my comfort zone?? Well, I decided to take a cue from the actual dresser itself. It has a grain applique at the top of each side. Why not go yellow?
I have seen so many beautiful and bold yellows out there in blog world lately. But for some reason, that didn't quite speak to me. So, to Home Depot I went to look at the zillion yellow color samples. I knew I wanted to go for more a primitive yellow perhaps. I finally decided on, well, I would tell you but I can't find it in my stack of stuff. After sanding the top, staining it walnut, painting and glazing, here is the yummy yellow dresser. (edit - dug through my stack and the color is Behr Pyramid Gold UL150-13, the glaze is Valspar Mocha)
This picture really doesn't show her color off, too much sun. Let's try this one.