Maria Maldonado
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Most empire dressers date back to the late 1800s to early 1900s. They tend to have a large frame and are solid wood, which makes for a very heavy and big piece of furniture. On an antique such as this, most people want to keep some of the wood grain when refinishing it. Take a look at thesociablehome.com to see how you can combine paint and stain to refurbish your own empire dresser.

Most empire dressers date back to the late to early They tend to have a large frame and are solid wood, which makes for a very heavy and big piece of furniture. On an antique such as this, most people want to keep some of the wood grain when

What about if we leave the doors and draws natural and paint the base of the wall unit

"This gorgeous antique Tiger Oak chest with amazing beveled mirror. I couldnt cover up all her amazing wood grain, it made her who she is. So I stained her down and restained her. She got drenched in a custom gray with highlights throughout. To top her al