Stacy & Julie from Salvage Sisters & Co. completed this pretty icicle blue dresser makeover with Icicle and Hemp Oil!

This tall boy started out in good condition, but needed the creative eye of the Salvage Sisters to update it.

Pale blue painted dresser wardrobe in eco-friendly diy clay paint from Country Chic Paint - shabby chic painted furniture

To give it a softer look, they decided to paint it in the color, Icicle. The edges were distressed with sandpaper for a shabby chic finish.

Pale blue painted dresser wardrobe in eco-friendly diy clay paint from Country Chic Paint - shabby chic painted furniture

Pale blue painted dresser wardrobe in eco-friendly diy clay paint from Country Chic Paint - shabby chic painted furniture

They removed the outdated doors and covered the backing with buffalo plaid.

Pale blue painted dresser wardrobe in eco-friendly diy clay paint from Country Chic Paint - shabby chic painted furniture

With a coat of Hemp Oil to seal it in, it’s ready for a new home!

Pale blue painted dresser wardrobe in eco-friendly diy clay paint from Country Chic Paint - shabby chic painted furniture

Pale blue painted dresser wardrobe in eco-friendly diy clay paint from Country Chic Paint - shabby chic painted furniture

Stop by Stacy & Julie’s full length blog post to learn even more about it!

To see some more examples of what Hemp Oil can do for your furniture, click here.

Leave a comment below to tell us what you think of this icicle blue dresser makeover!


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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. 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.

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