Updating a built in dresser
However, when you’re transitioning from product to product ‘horizontally’ it’s best to keep things low contrast.This means that and you paint your cabinets white, you’ll create a high contrast look.While functionally it’s not a big deal because you can still open them, decoratively it’s like you’re missing the last piece of the puzzle.Transitional style hardware is great and works ESPECIALLY well with cabinets with a shaker or even arched profile.Organize your entryway with a brightly colored dresser.
Now before we get into the guts n’ the glory, you need to figure out what style of cabinets you have…So, if you are truly wanting to ‘update’, then you’ll want to restain with a darker, more modern stain colour OR neutralize it with a lighter, more natural stain that doesn’t have the orange/yellow tone.When I was in college, my friend mentioned that he was looking forward to the day that he could replace all his IKEA furniture. Even as an adult, I love scouring IKEA for furniture finds.The Swedish design aesthetic is minimal, and some of IKEA’s pieces offer a classic look for not a lot of money.Take a look at the instructions To add one-of-a-kind flair, try updating a vintage credenza with a sprayed two-tone finish.
To achieve a professional high-end look, rent an HVLP (high-volume, low-pressure) paint sprayer from a rental store, then paint the piece using high-gloss lacquer in contrasting colors.
This will make your space look smaller and reduce the visual flow as there’s more ‘stop and start’ when your eye travels around the room.