Here’s an idea for the color shy: Dressers painted
in an array of cheery colors (or in gray, for the truly color avoidant) in stealth locations, such as drawer interiors and drawer sides. After all, who doesn’t like a surprise?
Above: An all-white kid’s room dress with drawer side in bright primary colors; photography by Meg Spaeth for Apartment Therapy.
Above: An array of colors are revealed when the drawers of this dresser are opened. Designed by French custom furniture company Bulle, it’s shown in the home of Céline Vernier profiled on Bloesem.
Above: A drawer interior painted in Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, an idea spotted on the Annie Sloan blog. For more on her paints, see: Instant Patina: Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.
Above: A single shade of gray (Benjamin Moore’s Mysterious by Ben Interior Paint, $36.99 a gallon) adds a surprise touch to a midcentury pale wood dresser spotted on Our Humble Abode.
Above: A white vintage dresser is updated with chalkboard-painted drawer sides and interiors for leaving hidden notes via The Yellow Cape Cod.
Above: From Denver, Colorado-based designers Rob McGowan and Ben Olson of Fin Art Co., a dresser made from reclaimed wood gets a stealth pop of true blue. Photograph via Tree Hugger.
Looking to paint the front of a dresser? If so, visit: DIY: Painted Dresser Drawers and DIY: Painted Drawer Pulls.
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