Chic, custom, and… affordable? Does that exist? With Furniture Stencils and paint, you can have it all! No more having to shop at expensive furniture stores! You can now create the exact look you want on your furniture with your favorite colors and designs. However, if you’d still like to do some “window shopping”, we’ve compiled some pretty painted furniture projects to get you inspired to stencil your own. Scroll down to check out how these creative customers have customized their own furniture pieces with stencils!
Dandelion and Poppies gave this mid-century dresser a modern facelift with matte black paint, our Shibori Japanese Furniture Stencil, and Bright Gold Royal Stencil Crème. Notice that pop of bright pink paint in side the drawers that makes this stencil project out of this world!
Dandelion and Poppies does it again! This furniture makeover is a HUGE hit! People can't get enough of this beautiful blue and copper raised stencil pattern! Everyone has been asking her how in the world did she DIY this beautiful blue beauty…. Her secrets to stenciled success are the Villa Damask Furniture Stencil, Royal Copper Kettle Stencil Crème, Wood Icing™ to create an embossed, raised pattern through the stencils.
Our Mansion House Grille Furniture Stencil with its shapely scrolls is the perfect way to create a faux grille or carved wood look. Just look at how lovely Kelly Klein Interiors’ "bed-nch" turned out! If you want to create a similar look, check out our DIY tutorial: Rust Finish, Stencil Grille, and Distressed Furniture Video Tutorial.
Delicately painted furniture is a staple in Italian style decorating. Our San Bartolo Medallion Furniture Stencil has delicate scrolls and ornamentations, making it a delightful addition to this round table. The combination of traditional design and modern furniture shape make this piece transitional and versatile.
The Polkadot Chair has always wanted a white rustic kitchen. To keep the kitchen makeover costs to a minimum, she opted for a DIY furniture project over purchasing expensive store bought furniture. She found a thrift store bookcase that would be perfect for the corner. To give the piece the perfect look, she used our Art Deco Fanfare Raven + Lily Furniture Stencil and Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan. Read the full DIY tutorial here: How to Paint a Shabby Chic Bookcase with Furniture Stencils & Chalk Paint.
Do you ever come across a plain piece of furniture that is, well, nothing to write home about? We have the answer to your "how to paint it" problem... Lettering Stencils! What do you think of this phenomenal stenciled table from Annie’s Attic? Our French Love Letters Furniture Stencil complements the regal carving and detailing of the piece perfectly, oui??
The beauty of this table is its simplicity and faux aged look. Country Gatherings used Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®, our Palermo Tile Stencil, and Dark Wax to create the look of antique French furniture. We love how she randomly placed to the stencil here and there to create a broken up allover pattern.
Raise your hand if you love raised pattern!! Designed Decor made our Micah Panel & Furniture Stencil POP with stencil embossing and antiquing on these dresser drawers.
Needing a little inspiration for your next project? Here's one to try: Devine Linen painted this dresser in Graphite Chalk Paint® and then using our Art Deco Fanfare Furniture Stencil applied Old White then Antoinette and a few touches of Duck Egg. She finished with a clear wax finish to create the look of mother of pearl inlay.
Did you know we have furniture stencils that are perfectly sized for tables, dressers, and more? Vicki McCaffrey adores how our Grenadine Moroccan Furniture Stencil looks on her table and chairs. So do we!!
10.08 Furniture recreated the look of an Italian Palazzo with our Marzocco Shields Furniture Stencil Set and Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®. The classic fleur de lis and lion designs were combined to decorate a regal blue planter.
This little roadside find looks very happy with her new look! Studio 184 gave this piece a well-deserved makeover using Graphite Chalk Paint® and our Circling Allover Stencils. Do you have furniture that needs a facelift too??
Malenka Originals mixed Aubusson Blue and Burgundy Chalk Paint® to create this pretty purple painted dresser. Our Bloomers Furniture Stencil Set comes in multiple layers so that she was able to create different flower designs with optional background colors. Couldn’t you see this cute dresser in a girl’s room?
Check out this easy IKEA hack! Julie Donovan stained this IKEA wood table and used multiple Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® colors to make our Herringbone Shuffle Stencil pop! This modern stencil makes pairing a lot of colors easy – just look at how the pink chairs now coordinate thanks to the pops of pink!
Are you now inspired to use furniture stencils for your own thrift store transformation? We’d love to see how your DIY stencil projects turn out! 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