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  • Crystal Heymans

    How adorable! use every color on a paint swatch

  • Jodi Satchell

    Ombre Painted Dresser - great idea for old dresser, just different color

  • Kai Tee

    ombre painted dresser. would be very cute in a little girl's room.

  • Julia Cain

    Pick all the colors on the paint chip and use them for your project. The effect you'll get is this ombre painted dresser. The top drawers are the palest pink and each drawer is just a brighter shade of the previous as you work your down. The overall look is colorful without being over the top.

  • Taylor Lewellyn

    Paint Chip Dresser.... Cute for a kid's room

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Painted drawers. Just choose your colors from a paint chip card with gradient colors and then buy the little sample jars of each color.

Choose your gradient colors from a paint chip card, buy samples of each color, and paint those drawers!

This would look beautiful, and is not expensive! Just a few sample sizes and BLAMO my ugly chest of drawers will be beautiful!

paint your own dresser - could be so cute for a kid's room! Love that this only requires picking your favorite paint card and following all the shades- voila - instant coordination for the color inept (that's me.)

Vanity -- refurbished desk painted and worn down hot pink -- cutte for a girls bedroom maybe? If I had the space in my room I'd be all over it!

Painting furniture, like a room, is an easy and inexpensive transformation. Why not mix it up and gradate the colors? Take it a step further by painting the drawer sides, so that when a drawer is pulled out, the color is revealed.

Original Bookshelf Use Co-opt small spots of empty wall for attractive storage. -- Find (or build) a bookcase that fits the wall space. -- Fill with matching baskets or containers. We used canvas bins and dropped in numbered labels (a coordinating "key" tucks into the first basket).

Ombre tone gives this TARVA dresser new life and vibrancy

do i put this on my globe board or my yellow board? :)

Love this idea, just use a marker! Or better yet, make it dry erase and then you can change it whenever you want.