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Colour Burst Contemporary , Calgary

photo by Adrian Shellard Photography
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http://www.leannebunnell.com
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jegre wrote:
Is the dresser painted with chalkboard paint?
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dragonflygal

I didn't see an answer to the chalk paint question for the dresser itself - was this Ikea dresser painted in charcoal chalk paint and, if so, what brand? It's fabulous!

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LeAnne Bunnell Interiors Inc.

This is an Ikea dresser. It was painted with black chalkboard paint, then written on with coloured chalk. The existing knobs were removed, spray painted and reinstalled.


The drapes were designed by LBI and made to our specs. The wall colour is 'Glutted' by General Paint. Art and accessories are from Ikea and SuperStore.


Cheers!

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dhouse82 wrote:
Where did you get the curtains?
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Amalin Peele
where did you buy the dresser
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LeAnne Bunnell Interiors Inc.

Hi Amelin,

The dresser was purchased at IKEA


Cheers!

LeAnne

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ncanoutas wrote:
Wall Hanger - Where did you find the adorable moose hanger??
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catracha
and Ikea
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indeed! moose hanger from Loblaws or Superstore (no longer available)
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cilinlau wrote:
What's color of the wall? - What's color of the wall?
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Hi Cilinlau,

The wall colour is General Paints Glutted

Cheers! L.
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to 20 Ideas for a Hip and Creative Kids' Room
Use chalk paint on furniture. Write your own labels on drawers (and change them whenever you like) with chalkboard furniture. Transform a dresser, cabinet or bookshelf with this popular and easy-to-use paint, then write on labels. Or just use the surface for your little one's artistic creations.See how to make your own chalkboard paint
Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Share Tactics: Great Ideas for Shared Kids' Rooms
If budget or space constraints demand that two children share one dresser, consider this imaginative solution. Painting an otherwise nondescript piece with chalkboard paint allows the drawers to be labeled for each child while easily accommodating changes. Benjamin Moore offers explicit instructions on how to work with chalkboard paint.
Laura Gaskill added this to 7-Day Plan: Get a Spotless, Beautifully Organized Kids’ Room
Tip for kids who can’t read yet: Make labels that include both the word and a simple drawing or photograph of the item inside. Having a print-rich environment will help your child begin to recognize letters and words, and the pictures will make locating things easy.
Karen Egly-Thompson added this to 9 Pro Tips to Create a Long-Lasting Kids’ Room
2. Make it interactive. When possible, try to include bedroom furniture and accessories that involve kids in an activity. Designer LeAnne Bunnell made this chalk-paint-covered dresser as an interactive learning piece. It is helping the child transition from images to letters and fostering independence in getting dressed. When the child grows older, the family can simply repaint the piece.See how to make your own chalkboard paint

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