Sunday, January 29, 2012

Antoinette's Reveal

About three weeks ago I shared a dresser that I had purchased to make over. Since then I have been sharing only sneak peeks of her!;) Well today Antoinette is ready to make her debut! She is all dolled up and ready for her new home!

I really love how she turned out. I used both Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and CeCe Caldwell paint.

I decided to add a little something special to the sides. 

I kept her hardware because it was to me just to die for!

 She is truly a one of a kind piece now!


Here is a look at her before pic.

I am hoping Antoinette will find a loving home very soon! And Opps I had a wonderful FB pal point out to me that I put my handles on upside down. No worries they have been fixed!:)

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34 comments:

  1. Beautiful, Pamela! I love the colors you used and, I agree, the hardware is gorgeous! I love what you did on the sides. I was seriously considering a harlequin pattern on the sides of mine, but I decided not to push my luck {next piece!}.

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  2. Beautiful job my dear friend..Love the paint job you gave Marie...Girl I also have furniture I have named ha ha!!Hope your having the best weekend ever Pamela..Hugs and smiles Gloria

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  3. Love the design on the side! Beautiful.

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  4. Pamela, I love it. Great colors and love what you added to the sides.

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  5. Great Job! You really brought it back to life!

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  6. Love the colors and the design on the sides!

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  7. Pamela, I love her! The designs on the sides are wonderful! It's a lovely piece!

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  8. beautiful, beautiful! And I love the hardware!

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  9. Gorgeous The colors you chose look amazing, It's like night and day.
    way to go.

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  10. She is a real beauty!!! Love the color combo and her sides.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  11. What a wonderful dresser you created. The designs on the sides make it so incredibly special. I am sure that it will find the perfect home very soon!..

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  12. Oh my goodness...this is amazing!
    Thanks so much for your kind comment on my gray shelf makeover.

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  13. She's GORGEOUS! Antionette looks much happier. Great transformation Pamela.

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  14. Great transformation! Is that a stencil you used on the sides?? If so please let me know where you got it....
    Nancy

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  15. Turned out beautifully. The hardware is awesome!!
    Mary Alice

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  16. She turned out great Pamela! Love the color choice and the lovely detail you added to the sides. Beautiful!

    xoxo

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  17. Antoinette is beautiful. I have one I just finished. Will update my blog and reveal her on your weekly party hopefully this week. (:

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  18. Beautiful transformation Pamela and I love the design on the sides.

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  19. She is a real beauty! I hope she sells soon, I know I would be happy to take it off your hands...of course I have no place to put it LOL! So pretty Pamela. Hope you feel better too.

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  20. Hi Pamela,
    What a beautiful dresser! The painting and the motif on the sides are amazing! Love the added texture! Yes, I would have kept that hardware too!
    All the Best,
    Christine

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  21. Spectacular! The sides are fabulous and too pretty to ever hide! I hope she finds a wonderful home with someone who will live her as much as you did! XO Cindy

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  22. Pam, she is gorgeous! Love the details, you are a true furniture artist!
    Debbie

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  23. Amazing, just amazing. You are sooo talented.

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  24. Beautiful! I've never heard of Cece caldwell...I'll have to google it!

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  25. Oh Pam she is gorgeous gorgeous!! You really did an amazing job on her. You definitely have a natural talent in this girl.
    xoxo

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  26. Wow, wow, wow!!! I love your details on the end, it almost seems like they match the handles, which I think is awesome that you kept! So great!!

    A few blog friends and I are hosting our first link party tomorrow to finish off the Imagine the Impossibilities Challenge, we go live at 7amET. Today I revealed my project for the challenge, a gallery wall with only one screw in the wall. I'd love if you could come by to check it out and link up! http://thespacebetweenblog.wordpress.com/2012/01/30/the-one-screw-gallery-wall-is-here/
    Karah @ thespacebetweenblog = your newest follower

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  27. Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my drop leaf table. I REALLY like your dresser. BEAUTIFUL! thanks again!
    Kellie

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  28. Pamela, thank you so much for your sweet comment on the chair redo that I posted on Savvy Southern Style. I feel so honored! I've been a follower of yours for a while now and I love your home!

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  29. Beautiful color, love the two tones looks. It really is so pretty. You did one outstanding job. I've never heard of CeCe paint, what is that? You did such a beautiful job, outstanding. I don't know if I could let it go. Thanks for sharing such a great tip. Thanks for sharing your creative inspirations with Sunday's Best party.

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  30. This dresser is so pretty! I love the two toned color and the design on the side really makes it special. :)

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  31. It's GORGEOUS!!! I know that will sell fast. Did you hand paint or stencil the flourishes on the sides? They look so detailed!

    ♥Linsey

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  32. I'm going to be completely honest here. That is the most beautiful painted furniture piece I have ever seen! Gorgeous! I am begging you PLEASE share the ASCP color combo and the other paint you mentioned. Those are the perfect colors for my house. It is exactly my style. I have gone through hundreds of ASCP pictures and most of them wouldn't work in my house but this would be perfect. Colors are so beautiful and your distressing is perfect. Angie :)

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