In a well-ventilated space, cover a flat surface with a drop cloth or tarp.
Before starting, read the Krylon® and labels for safety, application, and dry time instructions.
In an area separate from where you will paint, remove any hardware from the dresser and use 220 grit sandpaper to sand the dresser and its drawers in the direction of the wood grain. Remove any sanding dust using a clean rag and ensure that the dresser's surfaces are smooth, dull, and dry before spray painting or staining.
Set the lower three drawers aside and place the dresser frame and top drawer onto the covered surface where you will complete the project. Be sure to leave enough space between them to avoid overspray during the spray-painting steps.
Use painter's tape to section off a triangle pattern on the both sides of the dresser. To achieve the pictured look, make the triangles widest at the base of the dresser, with the tips ending half-way up the side.
Paint the dresser using Krylon® Chalky Finish Brush-On in Classic White.
When the Chalky Finish Paint is dry to the touch, remove the painter's tape.
Use painter's tape and newspaper to cover the area you just painted around the unpainted triangle pattern. The triangle patterns should be uncovered.
Spray paint the face of the top dresser drawer and the triangles on the dresser frame using Krylon® COLORmaxx™ in Satin Italian Olive.
When the spray paint is dry to the touch, remove the painter's tape and newspaper.
Allow the paint to fully dry before removing the top drawer and dresser frame from the covered surface.
When the drawers are fully dry, re-attach the dresser's hardware and put the drawers back in the dresser frame.
Place the beautifully re-finished dresser in any room for a space that is one-of-a-kind!