Today I’m featuring 14 of the:
Best Image Transfer Dresser Projects!
All of these Beautiful Furniture projects were created using Vintage Graphics from my site. Some were created by my contributors and some were submitted by readers! I had so much fun putting this collection together, I hope these projects and DIY’s will help inspire you to create a Painted, and Transferred, dresser of your own. There’s nothing more rewarding than customizing a piece of furniture to create an original piece of your very own. It’s a great way to get a designer look for your home, on a shoestring budget. Many of these pieces were transferred with my Free French Transfer Printables (each one is linked to the free transfer that was used to create it), but we do mix it up a bit with some other designs as well, like Crown Transfers, Bird Transfers and more. There’s even a beautiful Angel Dresser in the mix. Are you ready to be inspired by these talented DIYer’s?
You can find the first project below!
Linda from Whimsy Bel’s painted this swoon worthy dresser and transferred the French Transfer Printable – Paris Maison onto the front! Isn’t it stunning? These low pieces also work great as a server in a dining room. I love the creamy paint on this one with the aqua top. And those delicate floral knobs are such a lovely touch!
Here we have another cream painted chest of drawers, the use of this bold graphic on the front, really adds a lot of interest to this piece. This beautiful Hand Painted Dresser was shared by Jenny from Ava Blake Creations! She used the French Transfer Printable – Ribbon Banner to transform this vintage piece!
Geniece at Funky Junk in the Country painted this gorgeous Antique Wash Stand and added the French Flower Seller Transfer from HERE to give it a custom look! This piece has a dreamy distressed finish to it. And did you notice those ornate feet? I could see this used as an extra dresser in a guest room and it’s small enough that it could double as a nightstand.
This fabulous tallboy dresser was shared by Vikki from Tatty to Natty Furniture! She used the Botanical Images and Instant Art Bird Printables! What a work of art this one is. I love the metallic gold paint on this piece, it really makes the Birds and leaves stand out. You certainly do get a garden feel when you look at this charmer!
Jenni from The Vintage Songbird hand painted this gorgeous dresser and used the Vintage Perfume Label to give it a fabulous French look! I think the Blue paint that she used, is the dreamiest of colors. Notice how she painted the original hardware white, such a smart choice as it just takes this one to a whole new level.
Danielle from Finding Silver Pennies painted this sweet Sailor Boy Dresser for her son…isn’t it the sweetest? Danielle used the Victorian Sailor Boy Image for this dresser! Such a darling piece of furniture for a little boy’s room.
This French Dresser Makeover is from one of my reader’s, Regina! She used the Iron On French Typography Image – Bijouterie Printable Transfer for this very attractive dresser! This one is so versatile I think it could go in any room where you need a little extra storage.
Shannon from A Southern Belle with Northern Roots painted this lovely Antique Tall Dresser! She used the French Printable – Grain Sack for this transformation. I’m so impressed with how she dealt with the missing drawers on this piece. How clever! You can often find old furniture at auctions for a song when they are missing drawers. She used a vintage suitcase in the open space, you could also do baskets or you could even use it as bookshelf for books.
Sandra from Sandra Cycled created this fabulous kitchen island from an old dresser…isn’t it wonderful?! She used the Printable Typography Coffee Sign Transfer for this rehabbed project! I adore the butcher block top on this piece, and I think the transfer that she picked was the perfect choice. The castors on the feet make it so convenient to move around, should she want to change things around from time to time.
This Painted French Dresser was shared by Marion from Furniture ReFab! She used the French Chic – Transfer Printable for this sweet petite chest! I think the little appliques on the corners are so charming. Little touches like that can make all the difference and they are the perfect tone for the French Typography that she transferred onto the front.
This amazing turquoise and gold Crown Dresser was created by Jenny from Ava Blake Creations using the Transfer Printable – Crown Silhouette! Jenny’s talent never ceases to amaze us here at TGF! Here she’s paired a metallic Gold Painted Crown with a gorgeous shade of Robin’s Egg Blue paint. She’s matched up the handles in the same blue so that your focus is on that fabulous crown. Too fab!
Another one of our talented readers, Cynthia, painted this stunning Bee Dresser! She used the Transfer Printable – Bees and Queens and the Jardin Grain Sack with Bee Image for this elegant piece. I think the buttercream yellow paint was the perfect choice for the Bee motif.
Ann from Atelier Annabel used an IKEA purchase to create this beautiful dresser! She used the Transfer Printable – Crown Silhouette on the front! You would never know that this sweet piece came from a modern furniture store. She’s treated it to a dreamy pastel paint finish. Alternating the drawers with soft shades of pink, mint green and blue, and then gave it a perfect vintage patina. Such a lovely effect!
And last, but certainly not least, is this gorgeous Angel Dresser shared by our friend, Annie Spackman! She shares the entire amazing tutorial using the Angel Statue Photo HERE! What’s not to love about this one, from the painted lace top to the beautiful Angelic Being on the front, it’s as if she was made to go into that indented spot in the center of the drawers.
I hope you enjoyed this collection of Painted Image Transfer Dresser Projects, created by these Artistic Ladies! We linked to the site of the original project whenever possible, so be sure and click through to visit each of their sites and get all of the details on their creations. Not all of the contributors have blogs, but hopefully you will still be inspired by the photos of their restorations.