Rosie-a lovely dresser

“Rose” is the name of a delicate and beautiful flower which can make your day more beautiful or even sweeter. Its sweet perfume and fragile petals will always win anyone’s heart so that usually it is associated with the most beautiful feeling, love. Thus these qualities seem to be associated with the sweet girls whose their name becomes “Rosie” and seem to charm everybody with their innocence and elegance. They are sweet and beautiful as a lovely and fresh rose.

The following DIY project seems to borough these ideas and comes up with a nice and sweet design for a lovely dresser called Rosie. The raw wood dresser was transformed into a sweet piece of furniture due to the combination of colors used. Some red and white paint made miracles with the raw wood piece and the striped pattern added more charm and freshness. The idea of the project is simple so that anyone can put into practice.

Usually the elegant combination of red and white reminds us of Christmas candies that make the Christmas tree more attractive and even sweeter. Perhaps the sweetness of the candies was associated to the fragile and sweet rose so that the combination of red and white becomes explainable. So, if you are interested in a piece of furniture which can make your room look sweeter and fresher you can start working at your own dresser right now. The only thing you need is to find a raw wood dresser, some elegant knobs and some red and white paint.{found on knackstudios}.

Published by in DIY Projects, on September 11th, 2012


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