I can’t believe she would part with it—but- oh well!
It’s a VERY SIMPLE DRESSER—but it’s SOLID wood and a heavy bugger.
I’ve been sitting on this piece for months now, primarily because I’ve had a lot of other things to do. But MOSTLY because-
I really wasn’t sure what to do with it!
Just recently, I was commissioned to REdesign a MCM dresser. The husband loves it in general, but especially for its drawer-capacity. The wife HATES IT. She does NOT like MCM-anything! She prefers antiques with a European flair—me too!
After thinking about it, I thought I’d
take a dry run on parts of that REdesign
–on this dresser!
Practice makes perfect—right?!
The furniture throughout Judy’s house favored late 19th and early 20th century Euro and American.
A very eclectic and collected palette.
I could SO live at her house! ; D
Seeing the blend of furniture in their bedroom, I could see REworking the dresser into a Swedish feel and gave her a favorite “reference” book to peruse! Swedish Country Interiors!
Several things leaped out at her -and seemed to give her ideas for other things- so I knew I was on the right track for her project!