Todays post is a round up of my 10 Stencil Furniture Makeovers which I have done in the last year or so and I absolutely LOVE every single one of them.
All the stencils I have used on these projects are from Cutting Edge Stencils and in my opinion they make a boring piece instantly transform.
So without further ado I will start my 10 stencil furniture makeovers and I hope you guys enjoy it.
This one hands down at the moment is my favorite Stencil Makeover right now. Our breakfast nook got a fabulous upgrade.
A dining table set which was once a complete snooze fest has been transformed into this masterpiece.
You know how bland Ikea furniture is especially the Tarva series. They give you a basic skeleton of a furniture piece and call it a day. Some people dig that vibe but I just don’t because I’m all about COLOR COLOR COLOR.
And these nightstands I think got the makeover they deserved.
Okay I lied this one is also one of my top favorites so it pretty much is at the Dining Table Set Makeover level. I just can’t pick and choose one.
I love them all!
The contrast of the Bright orange and Sky Blue looks amazing if I say so myself.
The same Ikat stencil I used to paint a guest bedroom wall which you can see behind the Painting. I just wanted to show you guys how it can be used on a furniture piece as well as a wall surface.
Plus the butterfly in the painting is one of Cutting Edge Stencils, when your order any stencil from them they send tons of goodies including extra stencils like this butterfly and stencil brushes.
I love it!
Now for the next three or four entries you will see me using the same stencil on repeat.
Like I honestly could not get enough of this stencil since you can use it in so many ways and let me show you how I literally used it on every single thing I could get my hands on 😉
This is another example of how I used the same stencil and transformed an antique dresser.
So when I had used the same stencil on literally every single furniture piece I moved on to stenciling shelves.
In this case I had a floating shelf which got an upgrade.
And finally my last victim was a Wall Hanging.
When I said I was obsessed with this stencil I actually meant it!
I do realize the previous entries weren’t necessarily “furniture” pieces but hey they look good plus they were stenciled so thats all that matters 😉
But this little bookshelf desperately needed an uplift if you see the before you would understand why.
And then finally we conclude our list.
And we end it on a “non furniture item” but in my defense coasters are used on tables which of course is a piece of furniture and you can’t really live without them or else it will ruin your precious table.
So basically coasters are part of the furniture and hence it will be in my list!