There are some pretty sweet people who follow me here at Eight Hundred Furniture, and every once in a while, I get to paint furniture for them! This oak dresser was finished for a sweet woman named Barbara who has known me since my early days of refinishing furniture. She had a vision for her dresser in “Tricycle” by Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint with an Antiquing Wax finish. Everything lined up perfectly for me to be able to achieve this look for her, so sit back and enjoy this Tricycle and Antiquing Wax makeover!
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