Versailles Master Bedroom

The Double Take team re-creates a beautiful French-inspired bedroom for less than $3,400.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThis dresser was found at a consignment store and given a beautiful paint finish.
A dresser was found at a consignment store that has the same shape and scale as the Bombay-style dresser in the inspiration room. To duplicate the finish, two shades of latex paint are mixed with a glazing medium (to make paint more translucent). Both mixtures are rubbed onto the dresser simultaneously, then the excess is quickly lifted off with a rag. Gold paint is used on the trim and the embellishments to give it an aged look. Michelle used blue acrylic paint mixed with a glazing medium to paint the decorative dragonflies.

Makeover Information
mirror – Home Consignment Center
crystal obelisks – Ross
side tables – Alameda Flea Market
lamps – Lamps Plus
green decorative box – Michaels
fabric and materials for bedding and canopy – Boca Bargoons
seamstress – Kathy Anderson of What Sew Ever
materials for headboard and canopy crown – Lowe's and Discount Builders
paintings – Tuesday Morning
stone urn – Pier 1
ottoman – Ross
orchid arrangements – Trader Joes, Ross, The Home Depot, Michaels and San Francisco Flower Mart
hydrangea arrangement – Safeway and San Francisco Flower Mart

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