Amazing! I love the pink!
I love the pink!! Great choice!
i love...love...LOVE it!! i never would have thought to spray paint it. i would have used a brush, but i can see that it comes out much better sprayed on then painted with a brush. adorable. can't wait to see the whole room:)oh and what is the color scheme? have you told us? you know im obsessed with details:)
I love it! I'm having my third boy this August so there is no pink in my future but I love seeing the how you're doing your little girl's nursery!
ah i love it! pink is so fun:) and the mini chandelier is perfect!!i cant believe you are so close!!! how exciting!xoxo
I love it! I saw a dresser at the D.I. just like that last week and I was so excited to buy it until I looked down and saw that it was already sold! Seeing this makes me even more sad that it's gone. I can already tell the nursery is going to be adorable! I love your decorating style!
I love it! I am your newest follower :)
Wow, I love this!!!!!! Almost makes me want a girl!! LOL, not gonna happen.Thanks for sharing this. I'll add as a follower.Camiwww.fourjokersandaqueen.com
Umm, love! I hope you don't mind if I share this on my Facebook page! Take care, Laura
Love your dresser and the color, found you on FB. I just recently revamped a similar dresser and still need to do the mirror! I didn't go as bold as you! I love yours, come visit me and check mine out,Debbie
this turned out great!! love the pink :)
So cute! You have just inspired me to paint a dresser blue!
Perfect color!! It's a great accent piece!!
Love the pink! Did you prime before you painted. . .
Love!! The pink is fabulous!
Lucky baby! Visiting from Vintage Revivals- great color choice.
Yikes! This is super gorgeous. I'd love it if you'd link this up next week at my Mod Mix Monday party over at Mod Vintage Life. I love how she turned out.
Did you just spray the paint directly over the old paint, or did you remove the old paint and sand first?
Love the bright colors with the neutral walls. What paint color did you use on the walls? Thanks!
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