When I was deciding how to layout the twins nursery, I wanted the cribs to be placed perpendicular to the wall to create some interest in the room (so it wasn't just a wall of cribs). In order to separate the two crib spaces, I was scouring CL for a tall but narrow dresser that could fit in between the two.
I came across this antique white dresser, and even though it was more than I wanted to pay, the dimensions and shape were perfect for what I was looking for. So, I once again sent Trey out to get it and gave him instructions on how I wanted it painted.
I love the ombre dresser look for kids room and thought this would be a fun thing to try. I selected a color strip from a Benjamin Moore paint deck and got the tiny sample sizes of each color to paint on each of the 5 drawers.
For some (annoying) reason, sample sizes only come in flat or eggshell finishes, so we opted for the eggshell and then had to add a coat of satin poly on top.
There were quite a few blemishes on the actual piece that needed sanding/patching before painting (and we primed the entire piece too), but once everything was complete it now looks like this!
In addition to our changing table, I know this extra storage is really going to come in handy! I love how bright and cheerful it is :)
Note: In case you can't read the swatch above, colors used are BM "clear skies", "old pickup blue", "seaside blue", "blue lagoon" and "venezuelan sea". The rest of the piece was just painted plain white that we found in the garage!