Give an old furniture piece a colorful dresser makeover to add a fun pop of color to a kids’ bedroom or other room in the house. Scroll down for green dressers, blue dressers, pink dressers and red dressers.
It’s fun to see what you can do with something old and awful.
Plus updating something old is usually cheaper than buying brand new.
Apparently you guys are into furniture makeovers, too, because this dresser makeover with spray paint is the most popular blog post on my blog – and has been for months.
I shared this blog post with all sorts of neutral dresser makeovers and thought it would be fun to share a bunch of colorful dresser makeovers today.
Grab a cup of coffee and read on. (There’s even a dresser turned coffee bar!)
The makeovers are all so good. Click through to any of the blogs to see the tutorial for each.
And if you want to take on your own dresser makeover, I list my favorite furniture painting supplies at the end of this post to help get you started!
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Green dresser makeovers
Obviously, I love this pretty green dresser from Hearts & Sharts. What a beauty!
And this green dresser from Slightly Coastal. It’s the perfect pop of color!
I can never get enough of green. Love this color on this green dresser from the The Boondocks Blog!
And I love this chippy green dresser makeover by Timeless Creations.
Blue dresser makeovers
I haven’t decorated with a lot of blue in the past, but I’m liking blue more and more lately.
I just painted this roadside find that we might use in our nursery.
This blue dresser from Dixie Delights is so pretty!
How pretty is this weathered coastal blue dresser by Canary Street Crafts?!
I love this pretty blue dresser from Artsy Chicks Rule, too!
Edith and Evelyn Design used five different paint colors to get this pretty look on this blue dresser!
For a fun pop of color, check out this blue and wood dresser from I Am a Homemaker.
And for color and stripes, this blue dresser from At Charlotte’s House!
I love this pretty shade on this blue dresser from My Life From Home. Plus it’s perfect with that gold hardware!
This gray and aqua dresser from While They Snooze proves what a difference new hardware can make. I couldn’t believe the ‘before’ picture was the same piece!
Hearts & Sharts got this dresser and a matching nightstand at a garage sale for $26. How crazy is that?! This blue dresser is gorgeous!
The Twin Cedars turned this old dresser into a pretty blue media center.
And if you want to mix your love of coffee with furniture painting (and who doesn’t?), check out this blue coffee bar from Artsy Chicks Rule.
Pink dresser makeovers
If you have a little girl that loves pink, this pink ombre dresser from Love Create Celebrate is perfect for you! I love those crystal knobs on the top drawers.
Or this pretty pink dresser from Pocketful of Posies. I love the black and white striped drawers!
Red dresser makoevers
If you need to add legs to a dresser, check out this pretty red dresser by Hearts & Sharts.
If you’re into French decor, you’ll love this red dresser from Art is Beauty.
This pretty red dresser makeover is from Simply Fresh Vintage.
So who’s off to the nearest garage sale or thrift store to find an old dresser or two (or five)? 🙂
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Dresser makeover supplies:
If you want to makeover a dresser of your own, here are some of my fave furniture painting supplies:
- Drop cloth (or an old sheet)
- Sanding sponges
- Painter’s tape
- Wood filler
- Putty knife
- Spray paint or clay paint
- Paint stir stick
- Paint brush
- New drawer pulls or knobs
You can see more dresser makeover inspiration here:
- 28 amazing neutral dresser makeovers
- An easy dresser makeover with spray paint and new hardware
- How to spray paint a dresser
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