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Turquoise to Teal: Painted & Stenciled Furniture

Painted and Stenciled Furniture in Bright, Cheerful Blue Tones

Good morning, my stenciling DIYer’s!  It seems as if everywhere Cutting Edge Stencils turns today, we’re spotting old pieces of furniture that have been painted and stenciled to look like new.  Well in some cases they look better than new!  And it makes perfect sense to us after all stenciling is an easy and inexpensive way to breathe new life into a worn table, dresser or chair.  But today’s post is not featuring just any old stenciled furniture.  There’s a cool front comin’ on in and we’ve got some stylishly stenciled pieces that might inspire you to join the trend.  Well if you’ve been following our Facebook page then I’m sure you’ve noticed the blue-tiful pieces of stenciled furniture that have been popping up.   In fact, from teal to turquoise these blue jeweled beauties have us in complete awe!
Blue stenciled furniture ideas using Cutting Edge Stencils! http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/wall-stencils-stencil-designs.html
Like this gorgeous aqua colored table.  Cottage Paints must have been inspired by a cool ocean breeze prior to stenciling this thrifty find.  They stenciled the Paisley Allover Stencil in a color similar to Benjamin Moore’s baby seal black 2119-30 over oceanfront 660.  We loved this look, how about you?

Stencil a small painted table with the Paisley Allover Stencil from Cutting Edge Stencils. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/paisley-allover-stencil.html

Looking to kick it up a notch?   Cottage Paints has not only fully embraced stenciling furniture but they’re also head over heals for these cool shades of blue!  They painted this dresser in a cheerful shade of turquoise, similar to Benjamin Moore’s tropicana cabana 2048-50 and then stenciled our Freedom Wall Stencil across the front.  Adorable!!

Use the Fredom Wall Stencil from Cutting Edge Stencils to get this look! http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/wall-stencil-bird-cage.html

Next, we have this lovely piece that was sent to us by our craft Facebook fan, Donna.  She used the Chevron Craft Stencil to upcycle this thrift store find.  Teal certainly appeals when it’s done in a fun zig zag!!

Paint the Chevron Craft Stencil from Cutting Edge Stencils in a fun blue shade to get this look! http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/chevron-stencil-templates-stencils.html

Teal chairs, dresser, bed frame, and desk; oh MY!  Vintage Revival Designers sure does have a teal crush based on these gorgeous designs.  They created these eye-catching wonders using our Antico Allover Stencil and a lustrous shade of teal. This stenciled set will certainly add a burst of rich, vibrant color to any space!

Painted and stenciled furniture using the Antico Stencil from Cutting Edge Stencils. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/antico-allover-wall-pattern.html

Now let’s just say you’re not completely ready to embrace these blue jeweled hues.  There’s always the option to paint the furniture in white and stencil a small section in turquoise!  Like Furniture Alchemy did with the nightstands shown below. Using our Chevron Craft stencil and Casablanca Craft Stencil they added a little blue flair to these bedroom beauties.  They had this to say about their custom nightstands, ” My favorite parts are the shelves! I stenciled on both sides and they can be flipped over for chevron stripe, Casablanca, or mix and match!” Super creative, don’t you think?!

Craft stencils like the chevron craft or casablanca craft stencil can add the perfect touch to painted furniture! http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/craft-furniture-stencil.html

So tell us, teal or turquoise: which blue hue would you choose to stencil with?  Leave us a comment below!

Looking for more stencil fun?

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Thanks for watching and reading!
Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew

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  • Georgene Payne

    The colours used by Cottage Paints are fast becoming my favourites…. this artist has been an inspiration for a novice regarding the painting of furniture – I look forward to being able to use the stenciling as soon as I can afford to purchase lol…

  • CESteam

    Hi Georgene,
    We look forward to see some pictures of your Furniture Stenciling!!
    Cheers in advance!! :)

  • Yvonne

    I’d choose the teal, but realize that the turquoise is really hot. I’m not into blues of any shade, but am planning to redo my dining room in multiple colors of dark brown (metallic), champagne, deep barn red, and aqua. Because I couldn’t find a wallpaper stripe with all of the above colors, I turned to faux painting and stenciling. To date, although I’ve not done one thing in the dining room, I’ve spent $xxxx’s learning faux painting techniques, more $xxxx’s on products including paints, stencils, fabrics, etc., and am very excited to start on the project in the winter. Before that, plan to completely redo my kitchen. Thanks for the great stenciling products and tips. Love the level and will be ordering more from you in the future.

  • CESteam

    Thank you Yvonne for your comment and we look forward to see pictures of your work of art!! :)

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