Julie from Salvage Sisters & Co. transformed this stunning, masculine tall boy with Midnight Sky and both natural and antiquing wax. Isn’t it fantastic?!

I don’t know about you but I’m loving navy right now! I’m loving it for walls, kitchen islands, doors and exterior colors…. yeah, pretty much everything. Using it in your house feels like a dramatic decision and if you don’t change permanent fixtures very often it may be risky! Adding it in as an accent piece is a lot less risky and less of a commitment. I thought this dresser would be the perfect choice for Country Chic Paint in Midnight Sky.

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This tall boy was already painted a white color years ago and had a lot of dings and scratches. I just cleaned it up and sanded down some of the deeper scratches and painted it with two coats of Midnight Sky.

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I cleaned and put the original hardware back on, it really had a lot of character. I like the more classic vintage hardware with the masculine color. Navy is such a versatile color and looks great with pretty much any color scheme. You can use it as a basic neutral or instead of black.

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I finished it with a coat of clear wax and a little dark wax around some of the details. I wanted to really let this rich, vibrant blue shine. This dresser demands attention!

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Stacy & Julie {Salvage Sisters & Co}

We are two sisters living in Nebraska and Colorado pursuing our dream of having a business together – painting, repurposing and salvaging furniture and decor. In 2014 after a few years in the south, Stacy moved back to Nebraska. With our distance apart being less excruciating we decided to jump on the opportunity to follow our passion for crafting and start doing festivals and shows. Thanks to all of our friends in the community our tent was bare by the end of each weekend! We quickly learned our dreams were becoming a reality and we needed a way to be more in touch on a daily basis and so, our online store was born.

As we continue to grow we strive for our business to embody all of the things that we hold nearest to our heart- family, community and home. The Salvage Sisters are all about spending time together with the people we love and there’s no better place to do that than home. We are inspired by comfortable, lived-in homes that are filled with a perfect balance of both old and new. We hope that our passion shines from the warmth of our hearts into your home.

Make sure to follow Stacy and Julie’s blog Salvage Sisters & Co. You can also find them on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram!