Handling it.

We all know that a fresh coat of paint is the number one way to bring new life to old furniture, and a set of fabulous new handles does a lot to jazz things up too.  But what about different sets of handles on the same dresser? Did I just blow your mind?  Maybe not, but I’ll admit I wouldn’t have thought of it. But I just love the look! 

From Krystin at Everything You Do Is A Balloon.

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  1. Amazing transformation!
    I have a question; I live in an upstairs apartment with nowhere to sand furniture. Can I paint without sanding?

  2. You sure can. Have you tried chalk paint? No need to sand, strip or even prime!

  3. This is so revolutionary I seriously can’t handle it.

  4. it does look great! i like the symmetry of the different knobs.

  5. I had no idea you didn’t have to sand or prime with chalk paint!! Now I know why everyone is using it but me. lol

  6. Anonymous says:

    I’ve tried chalk paint once but I did sand off the shine. I’m old school. I always believe that paint sticks better with a “tooth” to grip to. Also chalk paint is a flat finish and the waxing seems like an extra step to get a shine and protection. All that being said, their “red” colour is fabulous and I still have a can that I want to try out.

  7. What a glorious change!!!
    Amazing:)
    Have a wonderfully creative week.
    Your blogging sister, Connie :)

  8. Love this, the different knobs gives it just the right…umph!!

  9. Amazing after! Hard to believe the before pic.

  10. Love the handles used on this! One of your newest followers!

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