We were given this dresser many years ago by a family member and it was a little dated almost a yellow color with gold hardware. I have always wanted to change it up and finally decided a couple weekends ago to go ahead and paint it. It ended up being way easier and looking nicer than I thought it would end up looking. I chose a satin white interior paint, and started to prep the dresser. First, I took all the hardware off so that I could spray paint them with an oil rubbed spray paint. Then, I took all the drawers out and placed them with the good side up. I placed a tarp under the dresser it self so that I wouldn’t get paint on my carpet. I sanded the dresser slightly and the drawers and then wiped them down with a damp towel. Then, I was ready to go ahead and paint I started with some of the corners that I wouldn’t be able to get a roller into and used a brush to coat a couple layers into those creases. I let that dry a little and then was ready to roll with a small roller. I probably ended up doing about 4-5 coats but it went quick because I was using a small thin roller that dried fairly quickly. When I was happy with how smooth it was looking I let it dry for a good 24 plus hours before I put the dresser back together. I didn’t want to scratch the paint so I also didn’t close the drawers fully for a week or so when I did put it back together. So far it is holding up great and turned out just the way I wanted it to. It matches our bedroom a lot better now.