Cherry Dresser – While the clean lines of contemporary furniture could appeal to you at some point, particularly because modern furniture designs can reproduce cheaply. You may find that your taste in furniture has changed from contemporary to traditional. Instead of throwing away your old furniture and buying new ones, it is easy to repaint and alter a bedroom dresser to achieve a more traditional look. Not only is saving it easier in your wallet, but it is also useful for the environment, as they are effectively recycling your old furniture.
Use a screwdriver to remove the drawer strip. Remove the sideboard with sandpaper separator or furniture. Stain the dressing with a dark cherry or walnut stain, since dark colors are popular in traditional style furniture. Stain pieces of decorative wood to match or contrast with the stain color of the rest of the dresser. Mold cut to fit around the base of the dresser, with a miter saw.
Fit the molding using wood glue. Fit the wood details stained with wood glue, wiping off any excess that spills out when you press the piece on the furniture. An ideal location is on the front of each drawer of the chest of drawers, the piece where a prominent place will be exhibited. Install new pull drawer to the drawers. Traditional furniture pieces often feature brass or bronze hardware, with details and hanging handles.