Use a circular saw to cut a 4' x 8' sheet of beadboard to the proper height and width of interior. Use sandpaper or sanding block to remove rough spots of beadboard. Hold each strip of beadboard into place, then secure with a nail gun or screws.
Cover the floor surface of your workspace with a drop cloth. Shake and stir can of primer, then slowly pour it into the HVLP paint container.
Coat all surfaces of the dresser with an even, controlled, sprayed coat of primer. Allow it to dry thoroughly.
Clean and rinse out the HVLP paint sprayer. Load it with your finish color, then spray two coats. Allow approximately 2 to 3 hours for first coat of paint to dry before applying second coat.
Use screwdriver or drill to attach new hardware. Place cushion or pillow.
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