My Favorite Boxwood Green Dresser

 I never dreamed that finding and making over a $50 dollar dresser with  a bit of paint would end up being one of my all time favorite projects. My favorite Boxwood green dresser has become a staple not only in our home, but here on the blog, Facebook, Instagram and even Pinterest! I often get asked questions about her so I figured I would answer a few of those here as well as share how I have decorated her through the seasons.Everything you need to know about my favorite boxwood green dresser.

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My Favorite Boxwood Dresser-Before

I found this beauty on Facebook Marketplace but she sure wasn’t as pretty as she is now. In the picture below you can see what she used to look like. She was in bad shape but had good bones! My way of saying she had potential! I always look for “good bones” when searching for a project piece. 🙂

My favorite Boxwood green dresser before I got my hands on her.
The dresser BEFORE I painted her!

The Boxwood Green Dresser-Questions Answered

Here is a peek at the dresser after I painted her with the color Boxwood Green by Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint. (The paint color is my number one asked question!) The good news is that you can buy this amazing paint at several on-line retailers including Amazon! The second most asked question is about where I found her knobs. I found these white ridged knobs at Hobby Lobby. They look like vintage milk glass and I love how they pop against the green! Finally, people are always curious if using milk paint is hard. Honestly it’s not hard at all and it is rather forgiving for the most part. But I will say, milk paint can be very unpredictable so you have to be OK with it not looking absolutely uniform.

An old dresser painted Boxwood green in MMS milk paint is ready for Spring!

This blog post, Everything You Need To Know When Using Milk Paint, shares the entire transformation  process from beginning to end with this fun dresser! It also answers so many questions like… what I sealed it with after painting it. So if you are still wondering anything about this Boxwood beauty I suggest you click on the green link above! Also, you can always leave me a comment below with any questions and I will answer you right away.:)

My Favorite Boxwood Green Dresser

Now it’s time for a few more pictures! Are you ready to see how I have had fun decorating this Boxwood green dresser through the seasons and holidays?

Decorated for Winter

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An old dresser painted Boxwood green is decorated for winter.

Decorated for Spring

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Mugs for days and a green painted dresser give this cottage kitchen a colorful nod to Spring.

Decorated for Summer

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This is the picture that caught the attention of Cottages and Bungalows magazine over on Instagram! Not going to lie…I almost peed my pants when they featured her! 

Easy summer styling ideas with a dresser painted in Boxwood green.

 Decorated for Fall

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A cozy and collected Fall family room tour featuring my favorite Boxwood green dresser.

Ready for her Christmas Debut

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My Boxwood dresser and puppy Kona are both ready for Christmas.

Valentine’s Day

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A pretty green dresser with heart decorated tea pot and yummy shortbread cookies!

Just sharing and looking back at all of these pictures of how I have decorated this green dresser makes me smile. I love how she can so easily be styled for all of the seasons and honestly, I always look forward to changing her up! She hasn’t disappointed me yet. 😉

My Favorite Boxwood Green Dresser

See her in my recent Fall Home Tour Here

Creating a Statement Piece

My favorite Boxwood green dresser has become what I like to call a statement piece in our home. The moody green color acts as both a neutral and pop color. Not many colors can do that and that is precisely why I fell in love with this gorgeous Boxwood paint and color by Miss Mustard Seed milk paint. Thanks for letting me show her off a bit more. Like I said above let me know if you have any questions!

xoxo,

Kelly

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