I’ve done quite a few pieces with this geometric design now, so there’s no need to talk all about it again. All I really have to say is it adds some interest to an otherwise straight and flat piece of furniture. I have written a post all about how to get clean lines when painting a design, and you can check out the other geometric pieces:
I will give you a quick rundown of the products I used. I primed the laminate top before painting. For the frame of the dresser I mixed a custom medium grey using General Finishes Seagull Grey and Queenstown Grey. Once it was all painted and dry I sealed it with their High Performance topcoat in satin. All of the wood parts of the piece are original. I used some Howard’s Restore a finish in Walnut to give them a little bit more life after cleaning them, but that was all! For the geometric design I used Lamp Black milk paint by GF, Snow White by GF and custom mixed the green with a latex paint I had and some GF colors. The green looks off in color in the photos, but in person, it’s a true green.