Hey Friends! Hope your weekend was great. We had some cool weather here in Florida, but thankfully we had lots of sunshine to go with it. My weekend was filled with lots of painting, more painting, and a bit more painting. I did manage to squeeze in dinner with neighbors and friends. Went to church this morning, and even snuck in a little nap this afternoon. Gauge has been helping me hold down the fort. I was able to finish up a couple of clients projects this weekend, and thought I'd share a little sneak peak.
I'm mainly showing you this to show you the difference that Annie Sloan dark wax can make on a piece. This triple dresser is part of a 6-piece set that I'm redoing for a client. They had originally decided to use ASCP in Provence (which is a beautiful turquoise-ish color), so we did that on two nightstands, as you'll see further in the post. They loved that, but thought it might be a little too much on the entire set. So, as you can see here, we kept the original color, but toned it down a bit to bring it more int the brown family instead of the yellow family. The drawers on the left side are before I did anything, while the drawers on the right are after wax.