Antique Seven Drawer Vanity

This is one of most unique pieces I have acquired.  I loved the shape, the legs and the hardware!!!  I had to have it even tho a couple of the legs were broken and it was missing some of the wood trim.  Luckily they had a matching little table they sold me cheap because it was missing a leg – and both of it’s drawers.   It had all the trim I needed tho! Maybe when I run out of things to do I will make a little half table with a basket inside.


Here is the little table:











I decided to do it with chalk paint.  I am not patient enough to order it and wait for it to be shipped, so I made my own using Martha Stewart’s Heavy Cream flat paint and plaster of paris.  There are several recipes online if you google “recipe for chalk paint”.  I will look up the one I used and link to it later.

Chalk paint is perfect when it’s too hot to spray outside.  I put down plastic and painted in the house! It was lovely :) Since I live in Las Vegas, you will probably see a few more chalk painted pieces for the next couple months. :)


16 thoughts on “Antique Seven Drawer Vanity

  1. I love how your vanity turned out! You inspired me and I am going to try chalk painting the piece I bought from you. : )

  2. This has to be the prettiest desk I’ve ever seen – beautiful job!!!
    Your newest follower – would love to have you visit and follow back :)

  3. I would dearly love to have a piece like this one. Such a beauty! So happy you linked to Potpourri Friday! Hope you will make it a weekly party stop!

  4. Absolutely love this vanity. Let me know if your selling it and how much? You can email me and if you like visit my instagram page also makeupbymarianna ! <3 thank you

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