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Stencils Give Old Furniture A New Look

Furniture Stencils Can Make Old Furniture Look Better Than New

Good morning, my Cutting Edge Stencils friends! It’s easy to transform trash, thrift store, or hand-me-down furniture into beautiful pieces with a fresh coat of paint and a stencil pattern. Our furniture stencil patterns are a creative solution for updating an old or dull piece.  Today we’re excited to share two furniture projects that are very inspiring.  Let’s take a look.

Cutting Edge Stencils shares two DIY painted and stenciled furniture projects using damask stencil patterns. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/stencils-damask-stencil-walls.html

Damask Stencils Add Elegance To An Old Table

We’d like you to meet Suzy Parker, the creative mind behind the furniture restoration company Love and Love Again.  She inherited a small round table that was worn and needed a little love.  Since she loves to give new life to old pieces in hopes that someone will love it again, she was thrilled to tackle this project.  Suzy sanded and painted the entire table black.  Then she chose to give the top a dose of personality using a pretty damask stencil pattern.  After browsing our website, the Gabrielle Damask Allover was selected.  Suzy used painter’s tape to hold the stencil in place and painted the classic damask pattern in metallic gold using a dense foam roller.  To complete the look, she added gold around the rim of the table, as well as, along the legs.  Once it was finished, she snapped a picture and  posted on Instagram, “The stencil came up really well. ”  We love how this small table turned out!

Cutting Edge Stencils shares a DIY painted and stenciled table project using the Gabrielle Damask Stencil. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/damask-stencil-3.html


Damask Patterns Give A Dresser A Contemporary Look

Next we’d like you to meet Michelle, the creative mind behind Brushes to Beauty, a popular furniture restoration company in Utah. Michelle had stumbled upon this 9 drawer dresser sitting roadside.  It was dated and worn but Michelle was up for the makeover challenge. She sanded it and painted it a dark gray hue using Sweet Pickins Milk Paint. Then she filled in the ugly tulip carvings to give it a more modern look. Michelle chose to add a pretty damask stencil design to the front cabinet.  She used painter’s tape to hold the Brocade No. 1 Stencil in place and painted the damask pattern in white using a dense foam roller.  Michelle had this to say about the project, “Just another reason not to give up on your beloved, worn furniture!”  We love the fresh take on this vintage piece!

Cutting Edge Stencils shares a DIY painted and stenciled dresser project using the Brocade No. 1 Stencil.  http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/Brocade-stencil-damask.html


Tell us, do you like the idea of stenciling a pattern on old furniture? We’d love to read your thoughts in the comments below.

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Thanks for reading and happy stenciling!
Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew


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