Nudge your furniture beyond neutral and go for the bold and the beautiful! If you dare to distance yourself from safe neutrals and boring beiges, but don’t want to jump headfirst with a bold wall, you can paint your way to focal furniture pieces that make your guests’ jaws drop. Decorate your DIY statement piece with Furniture Painting Stencils from Royal Design Studio so you can customize it with the BOLD color and the BEAUTIFUL pattern that you love. Scroll down and check out these colorful furniture painting ideas that have the WOW factor…
Can you believe these furniture pieces were found at a thrift store and falling apart?? Dandelions & Poppies gave them a new life with varnish, gold paint, and our Lisabetta Damask Stencil, Lacy Leaves Furniture Stencil, and Brocade Furniture Stencil.
@rawrevivals nailed the Art Deco look on this modern midcentury cabinet! The navy blue and metallic gold make our Shibori Furniture Stencil POP. Just stunning!
This 1940s chest of drawers and vanity have been re-imagined, restore and re-loved with our French Love Letters Furniture Stencil and a beautiful turquoise aqua color. This DIY project was done by Diamond In The Rough by Antonio M.
The Painted Swallow says, “We absolutely love Royal Design Studio stencils and have been so impressed with their products! We used my favorite Annapakshi Indian Damask Stencil – it really made this dresser a show stopper! We used Napoleonic Blue and Giverny Chalk Paint® for the colors and used Artisan Enhancements top coat to complete the look!”
“Obsessing so hard on the interior pop of yellow by Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®!” @laviebohemefurniture used her favorite paint color combination and our Tribal Batik Furniture Stencil to make this cabinet a modern mid century statement piece.
Pretty in pink and gold-geous! This blushing pink dresser was stenciled with our French Love Letters Furniture Stencil. @craftynestuk made those glamorous gold moldings herself too!
@malenkaoriginals gave this neglected dresser a modern makeover by stripping the wood, Stenciling the drawer with our Lacy Leaves Furniture Stencil, painting it with Provence Chalk Paint®, mixing Annie Sloan Black and Dark Wax, and then applying Clear Wax. We think it turned out blue-tiful!
Reinvintaged by Jo decided to only stencil the sides of her dresser drawers with our Harlequin Furniture Stencil and General Finishes top coat for a pop of pattern. Her colorful and modern furniture makeovers make our jaws drop!
Dandelions & Poppies is absolutely thrilled with how this stenciled piece came out! With stencils (including this Brocade Furniture Stencil), it's easy to get creative... and flip the color way!
Pretty in pink! It's easy to top off some dresser drawers with a pop of pattern like Restyled Renewed did here with our Spanish Lace Scallop Furniture Stencil.
Raise your decorating to the next level! Dandelions & Poppies loves using our Brocade Furniture Stencil and Wood Icing embossing plaster to create raised designs on her furniture. SO BEAUTIFUL!
Dandelions & Poppies used Wood Icing plaster again to create a dimensional cabinet door with a classic European damask design. You can get the same look by following our video tutorial: How to Stencil a Carved Wood Effect with Stencils.
Meco 7 upcycled this desk and chair with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® and says, “Not only is this desk a showstopper, it’s got secret stenciling to boot!” The sides of the drawers and upholstery fabric were painted with our Lovely Lace Furniture Stencil for a bit of a stenciled surprise!
Transform a tire piece of furniture into a boho chic piece of art! If you're a fan of this boho chic look, you'll love how these tile stencils along with bold color and gilding can give a small area some big personality. We share the whole process in this video tutiorial: Stenciling Furniture with Chalk Piant and Boho Style Tiles.
Kristy Grover says, “I upcycle furniture for my day job, and keep on painting when I get home! I immediately knew what I wanted to do with this Bunny Hop Stencil. I kept the same color scheme as shown on the website. Not exact, but pretty darn close! I've been holding on to this little midcentury dresser for a few months. One wouldn't think midcentury modern and a stencil would work, but these aren't your grandma's stencils! I'm in love with the final result! Eeek!!!”
Mary Ann Simpson says, “These chairs needed a little update so I used Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® and the Annapakshi Indian Damask Furniture Stencil to create an awe drawing image to the center of the chair.”
Mary Ann Hopkins says, “I wanted to create a pop on this piece. I used the Sari Indian Border Stencils on the hutch in teal blue and Unicorn Spit Paint."
Julieta Medina says, “We recently bought our home and the previous owner left this furniture in the garage so I decided to save it! I used the Moroccan Tile Stencils Set, gold leaf, Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®, and dark wax and followed the tutorial Chalk Paint & Boho Style Tile Furniture Stencil Tutorial.
The IKEA Rast dresser seems to be the DIYer's favorite project. And why not? It’s super affordable, so who wouldn’t own a RAST chest? But that doesn't mean it has to be cookie cutter. The easiest way to add your own personal touch to a plain jane piece is with Royal Design Studio furniture stencils. Watch the video tutorial here: Ikea Hack! Stencil a Modern Mid Century Dresser.
Reinvintaged by Jo painted this very unique and eye-catching highboy dresser with our Scrollallover Furniture Stencil and Modern Masters blue and copper orange paints.
Do you have a bold and beautiful furniture decorating project you’ve been working on? We’d love to share and show it off to our readers! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, share them on our Facebook Page, or you can even Instagram your projects and tag us with #royaldesignstudio