Are you sick of seeing this dresser yet? Today it will have it’s final moment in the spotlight… at least until I show a full tour of Fin’s room- which will probably not be for some time! I first shared this dresser here, and then I restyled it to give it a more coastal cottage vibe here. Today I will be sharing my take on a farmhouse nod, but first let’s recap.

mint dresser, vintage quilt | This Mamas Dance-2

Mint Dresser, Styled with Sunhat-2

I brought in one of my favorite new to me accessories, which has found a permanent home in our bedroom- a dried boxwood wreath that I bought with some Christmas Money. It really pulls out the green in the minty paint.

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pistachio dresser with boxwood wreath| This Mamas Dance-1

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This little plate belonged to my Grandma and always sits atop the dresser. Over the last few years I have developed an ongoing joke with my kids… when they ask me what they are getting for Christmas or Birthdays, I always say “rocks” so this Christmas I decided to make good on that and gave each of them 3 memory stones in their stockings. Matt and I sat down and chose a few phrases that reminded us of them at this time in their lives- a personality or character trait- or a descriptive phrase that personified them, we also wrote the year and their initial. I’m looking forward to carrying on this tradition each year, and I hope these stones will become treasured keepsakes for each of them throughout the years.

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I’ve adored these types of wreaths for so long, and I especially like the shade of green of this one. It is real dried little leaves with sticks mixed in. I am not sure if it’s truly boxwood, but it certainly is the sweetest thing.

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pistachio dresser with boxwood wreath| This Mamas Dance-3There you have it! The most photographed piece of furniture on my blog! Well, maybe it’s a close second with my favorite desk 😉 Just for fun I’d love to hear which look do you prefer?

-Miss Ash

P.S.- For those that are wondering the color is “Pistachio Delight” and the flower details are “Vanilla Frosting” from the Country Chic Chalk Paint line.

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