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  • Brittany Caddell

    This is exactly what I want to do with my vintage bedroom furniture. So glad it tells me paint colors! Vintage dresser redone in a two tone finish using two coats of Valpsar Honeymilk to the body of the dresser. To achieve the two-tone look, she then painted the drawers with 2 coats of coats of Valspar Malted Milk.

  • Ashley Kline

    Vintage dresser redone in a two tone finish using two coats of Valpsar Honeymilk to the body of the dresser and then 2 coats of Valspar Malted Milk on the drawers. Update my old dresser?

  • Margo Burry-Parkes

    Gorgeous dresser redo by White Street Interiors. Vintage dresser redone in a two tone finish using two coats of Valpsar Honeymilk to the body of the dresser. To achieve the two-tone look, she then painted the drawers with 2 coats of Valspar Malted Milk.

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