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How to apply Cane on Dresser Drawer Fronts

Updated: Jan 2

This high end dresser had an extreme makeover with new cane drawer fronts and paint. The finish was damaged and this dresser had a bad case of the drabs! With some black chalk paint, new cane webbing, new moulding and sleek modern drawer pulls it went from drab to dramatic! This video shows the simple steps to perform a magical transformation on this dresser.


For details showing how I restyled this dresser (along with detailed directions), click on the photo below to be taken to my YouTube channel.





Supplies used in the video

1/4 inch nap roller

Black Drawer Pulls

Waverly Black Chalk Paint

Cane Webbing

DAP Premium Patch

Zinsser Primer

polyurethane water based

Zibra Paint Brushes

Replacement battery for Ryobi power tools

Ryobi 7 1/4 in Battery powered Miter Saw

Ryobi Electric 7 1/4 in Miter Saw

Irwin 24 inch bar clamp (I use at least 2 each time I need them)

13/38 in chair rail moulding from Lowes

Additional products I find helpful in flipping furniture:


Zibra grip n glide 2 inch paint brush

Assorted Sanding Sponges

Gray wood contact paper (for drawer bottoms)

Beech wood contact paper (for drawer bottoms)Chair Table Leg floor protectors

ChrystaLac satin sealer (does NOT yellow when used on white chalk paint)

Respirator with safety glasses

Rub N Buff

Steel Bar Clamps

5in Clear stretch wrap film (to protect furniture for transportation)

18 in clear stretch wrap film (to protect furniture for transportation)

22 in wooden drawer slide (cut to fit)

Tack in Drawer Glides


Please read all labels and follow all manufacturer safety recommendations when working with paints, stains, and other equipment and wear and use appropriate personal protection equipment. Viewers should attempt these projects at their own risk.


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