I exchanged the knobs that looked like tail lights for these pretty clear knobs.
I painted the detail on the mirror white to make it stand out. There is also the same detail on the top of cabinet.
You might be able to see a little bit of the silvering that has come off the mirror. I could have resilvered the mirror but there's no way I would ever do that. I love the look of old silvering coming off of an antique mirror. It is one more thing that distinguishes it from a regular factory piece of furniture. Some people try to replicate the antique look with new mirrors. There was a stamp on the back of the mirror that read Bassett and another that had the date July 17th, 1948. I love it when I can find the maker and the date.
Here is a side by side of the dresser and Cabinet both done in Louis Blue ASCP. They would look so good together in a bedroom!
I am working on a dining table with chairs now. They are so pretty. Can't wait to show them to you!