When we bought our house over four years ago, the previous owners left us a bunch of modular furniture. The man had been a wood-worker, so I think most of it is handmade. I've got one set in my closet, we've got a couple down in the basement as storage until I can figure out what to do with them, and then we had one up in the spare bedroom.
Two of the pieces were in fairly bad shape and I wasn't wanting to re-glue all of the drawers, so I gave them away. I kept the small piece on the left, though, because it was in great shape and I loved the size.
I had a sample pot of peacock blue paint in my basement hoard and decided this was the perfect project for it. And, of course, now that I've painted this one piece of furniture, I'm in love with the color and want to paint everything in my house. (In case you're wondering the paint is Valspar and is called Perfect Storm). It may have a little too much pizazz to find a place in every room, but maybe I'll surprise myself and work it in everywhere. It's already found it's way down to the puppet theater (yeah, we have built-in puppet theater) and onto a couple picture frames. I just can't stop!
...Back to the mini dresser.
The brass pulls are sash lifts from our local hardware store and were $3.00 (so much cheaper than other hardware options). I'm loving the way the brushed brass looks against the blue. Even Blake, who is not a fan of brass, likes them a lot.
One of these days I'll get my act together and take some real camera photos. (I always say that, but still have yet to make any progress in that department). But for now I'll just go about my way. Ba da ba ba ba - I'm loving it.