Stencil Decorating DIY: Chez Sheik Stenciled Tabletop

Amanda at Our Storied Home wanted to create a chic dining room that was both kid AND budget-friendly. She loves the idea of using hand-crafted details and vintage finds, so updating an inexpensive estate sale table was on her to-do list. When she came across Royal Design Studio, she knew that Furniture Stencils would be the way to go for dressing this table up and hiding its blemishes. Let’s see how she did it:

Stencil Decorating DIY Tutorial: Chez Sheik Stenciled Tabletop - Furniture Stencils by Royal Design Studio

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Stencil Decorating DIY Tutorial: Chez Sheik Stenciled Tabletop - Furniture Stencils by Royal Design Studio

Aren’t you inspired by this “lost but now found” stenciled tabletop? The table was once in pretty bad shape, but after an afternoon of stenciling it has become a beautiful place for Amanda’s young family to gather. You can do the same with our extensive collection of Furniture Stencils and a table top that needs a little TLC.

Stencil Decorating DIY Tutorial: Chez Sheik Stenciled Tabletop - Furniture Stencils by Royal Design Studio

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2 Comments

Royal Design Studio
Royal Design Studio

February 09, 2016

Hey Martin! We recommend the off-loading method to make sure there is no bleed under. Off-loading means to load the stencil brush with paint, then off-load most of what you put on onto a paper towel. Swirl the paint off so that the excess is off and minimal paint is left on the brush.

Martin
Martin

February 09, 2016

Hello, this is beautiful! Thank you for the tutorial. I was wondering if there is a more precise technique so as to have the painted lines cleaner?

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