Furniture Stencils Can Make An Old Table Look Better Than New
Good morning, my Cutting Edge Stencils friends! Are you looking to turn your old furniture into something wow worthy? Our furniture stencil patterns are a creative solution for freshening up a boring piece. It’s also one of the most rewarding and cost-effective DIY decorating projects because it involves a fresh coat of paint and a craft pattern. Today we’re excited to share two stenciled table projects that are very inspiring. Let’s take a look.
Moroccan Stencils Uplift An End Table
We’d like to welcome back Michelle, the creative DIY blogger from Our Crafty Mom. Michelle’s father had stumbled upon an old oak end table. Knowing that his daughter is super crafty, he brought it to her house. It was scratched and very worn but had a ton of potential. Michelle admits that she refinishes old furniture because she loves it. She finds the activity to be a stress reliever and loves to see her old pieces go from drab to fab. Michelle sanded it down before giving it a fresh coat of paint. She painted it Bayberry Green using General Finishes Chalk Paint. Rather than stop with a fresh coat of paint, she decided to give it a dose of personality using one of our furniture stencils. Michelle selected the Zagora Craft Stencil and painted the the pretty pattern in Everlasting from Deco Art Americana Chalky Finish Paint. Michelle had this to say about her stencil project, ” The stencils from Cutting Edge Stencils can really take a plain piece of furniture to the next level. If I had left this piece solid green, it would be pretty, but I don’t think it would stand out as much as it does now!”
Flower Stencils Make A Victorian Table Shine
We’d like you to meet Nancy and Melissa, the creative duo behind White Horse Home Furnishings. They inherited an old Queen Anne table that was worn and needed a little love. Nancy and Melissa painted the tabletop in Graphite by Annie Sloan and the legs in Old White by Annie Sloan. They decided to give the newly painted table a dose of personality using a beautiful flower stencil. After browsing our website, the Chrysanthemum Grande Flower Stencil was selected. They used painter’s tape to hold the stencil in place and painted the flower patterns in white, cream, and gray. The creative duo posted on Instagram, “I think it makes the dark table more interesting. I enjoy working with the stencils.” We love its one-of-a-kind look!
Tell us, which stencil would you use to makeover an old piece of furniture? We’d love to read your thoughts in the comments below.
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Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew
Thank you for this wonderful feature. I am anxious to use this stencil as an accent wall!
Well thank YOU for working with us ^_^ The end table came out faboulous! Once you do the accent wall please do send that over we are sure it will be just as phenomenal!
Please let me know where I can get the chrysanthemum stencil
You can find it here: http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/flower-stencil-4.html
Hope this helps,