Fusion colour, Chestler is one of the new (late 2022) range of deep, moody colours, and I was excited to use it along with Winchester (deep red) to add a fun new look to this pretty boring old orange pine set of bedside drawers.
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Supply List for this project:
If you’d like to replicate this makeover, here’s what you’ll need:
- small set of drawers, bedside table or similar
- sandpaper (approx 120-240 grit) or Sandi Hands glove
- cloth to wipe down
- paint brush (in this video I use a Cling On S30)
- Argyle Pattern Stencil from Essential Stencil (use code IRESTORESTUFF for 10% off site wide)
- Fusion Colour – Chestler (500ml pot will be plenty for this size – in fact, you could paint 3 or 4 of these sets with one pot) If in USA/Canada, you can find Fusion HERE.
- Fusion Mineral Paint – Winchester (Tester size – 37ml is all that is needed for the stenciling part) If in USA/Canada, you can find Fusion HERE.
- Fusion Metallic – Antique Gold (Tester size – 37ml) If in USA/Canada, you can find Fusion HERE.
- Fusion Antiquing Glaze for sides of drawers & inside (can use any glaze for this or an antique wax or sealer eg. Artisan Easy Wax)
- Optional: sealer such as Artisan Flat matte or Gloss sealer, or Fusion Tough Coat Wipe on Poly.
Fusion colours Chestler & Winchester Stenciled Chest of Drawers Tutorial:
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Here are some additional images of the finished look:
It is a little hard to see the metallic shimmer of the Antique Gold using on the “thread” that criss-crosses over the diamonds in this argyle pattern, but it is noticeable in person.
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