How to paint distressed sideboard? It’s that easy … you can change your face to that old disused sideboard, with only a coat of paint. We show you how to do it. An antique dresser is one of that furniture that is difficult to fit in a current house, perhaps because they are too sober and too ceremonious. They are the furniture that was always in the dining room to store crockery, cutlery, tablecloths…
And nowadays distressed sideboard does not need much, because we do not usually have more than one crockery and all those utensils are stored in the kitchen. However, sometimes one encounters one of those pieces and feels a crush. Normally they are made of good wood and quality pieces. We ask ourselves what to do and we think … what would happen if we gave them a colored hand?
24 Photos Gallery of: Easy Diy Distressed Sideboard
Remove the varnish, sand them well and give them a coat of paint completely change the face, and move from being serious furniture to the funniest pieces of the house. A painted distressed sideboard with bright colors will be the star of the living room or dining room. We can think of reds, pinks, blues … but also in oranges or yellows.