Have you ever tried to purchase a piece of brand new furniture only to realize it’s overpriced or not made of quality materials? Pretty frustrating, huh? Luckily, there’s a better option.
This edition of Project Renew with the Buffalo News and Buffalo Magazine, we’re diving into the details about how I made over a mid-century modern dresser that I found for $60. Watch the video below about the project and then visit this post for detailed instructions on Buffalo.com with all the tips you need so you can redo a dresser of your own, too!
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2 replies on “Mid-Century Modern Dresser Makeover: Project Renew with Buffalo Magazine”
Love it! What paint did you use? Do you still have the old handles? And where did you find that dresser?? Thanks!
Thank you so much! I used “Canadian Fur” by valsar. https://www.valspar.com/en/colors/browse-colors/lowes/gray/canadian-fir-5004-4c
We don’t have the old handles – we donated them to Buffalo ReStore when we finished the project. We found the dresser at a shop on the corner of Main and West Ferry – I’m not sure it has a name but its the building with the single garage door!
Thanks for reading! 🙂