This poor worn out 1930's chest of drawers was ready for the skip, We stepped in to resurrect it again. Firstly the piece was sanded and then primed, we then painted the whole piece twice with a Craig & Rose chalky emulsion. Next we glued a petty wallpaper onto the drawer fronts. We then turned our attention to waxing the whole piece with clear wax then waxed again with a rustic brown colour giving the piece an aged look.
It was then buffed and the handles replaced. So here she is, rescued from the skip and ready to stand proud again in some ones bedroom.