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Paint changes everything and it sure can change the feel, look, and style of furniture. French Provincial is so popular today and I’m seeing it mixed into so many different styles. From shabby chic all the way to French Farmhouse. That’s what I am going for today. A French Farmhouse Dresser!
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French Farmhouse Dresser Makeover
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- White Lighting (cleaner)
- Slick Stick (bonding agent)
- Cobalt Blue
- Vintage Duck Egg Blue
- RL Paint Brush (Round Large) Dixie Belle’s newest brush?
- Clear Coat
Before starting this French Farmhouse Dresser makeover, I began with the most important step in painting your furniture. Cleaning! I use Dixie Belle’s White Lighting mixed in a spray bottle of warm water. Mist over the surface and wipe clean. After cleaning I wiped down the whole piece again with clear water and a soft cloth to remove any residue of the cleaner.
The surface on this French Farmhouse Dresser was slick and I’ve painted enough of these to know it will need a bonder for the paint to stick. SLICK STICK by Dixie Bell is perfect for slick surfaces. I painted on one coat and allowed it to dry overnight before painting.
Mixing Custom Colors
The color of blue I wanted for this French Farmhouse Dresser makeover was a rich country blue. Somewhere in between Cobalt Blue and Vintage Duck Egg. So that exactly what I did. I mixed the two to come up with my own farmhouse country blue. I used a 50/50 mixture to create this color.
Painting The French Farmhouse Dresser
My oh my! Have you tried these new paintbrushes? This is my favorite so far. The round large. The paint just seemed to glide on. It’s a really nice brush. These would be great for blending too, but not on this project. I just wanted a clean painted look.
This paintbrush holds a lot of paint and that, in my opinion, is better. That’s quicker painting for me with less work.
Classy French Farmhouse Dresser
Modern Colorful Cow Wall Decor
I get a lot of questions about my Bessie Wall Art, but I also like this trio I found on Amazon. You can find them by CLICK HERE.
I hope you enjoyed my french farmhouse dresser makeover. I’d love to hear your experience with mixing styles and if you have a favorite. Or if you wanna see some more Frenchies… CLICK HERE to check out this modern metallic twist on this Frenchie!
Until the next project… xo, Do