If you’ve been wanting to jump on board the painted furniture bandwagon but aren’t quite sure where to begin — I’ve got just the thing for you. Get out your sander and maybe some paintbrushes too, but first make sure to click through the gallery below to see 20 more fantastic painted furniture DIY’s (like the turquoise dresser above)!
Turquoise Treasure 1 of 20This dresser was a garage sale find that was transformed into a treasure!
details from Before Meets After here
Graphic Wardrobe Makeover 2 of 20Would you ever be bold enough to do something like this?
details here from BHG
Yellow Dresser Delight 3 of 20I love this new DIY trend of making over furniture with brightly colored paint. This dresser looks like it was born to be yellow all along don't you think?
details from The Bulham Fam here
Stencils? 4 of 20This dresser was done using latex based paint for the white and acrylic for the stencil.
more details from Burlap and Blue here
Wrapping Paper 5 of 20That graphic paper on top is actually gift wrap that's been Mod Podged on, seriously!
find the details here at In My Own Style
Sharpened Up Sideboard 6 of 20A bright blue coat of paint, some new shelves, and a wine rack make this old sideboard better than new.
details from Ladies Home Journal
Stenciled Mantel 7 of 20I love the honeycomb pattern these homeowners stenciled onto their otherwise average mantel.
click here for all the details from Infarrantly Creative
Glossy Black Hutch 8 of 20Using glossy paint can be tricky, but this project turned out nice.
details here from The Yellow Cape Cod
Side Table DIY 9 of 20New stain and fancy nailhead trim give this side table a boost.
details from The Yellow Cape Cod here
Subway Art Dresser 10 of 20Wow, this subway art dresser makeover is impressive!
see the before and after here from 4 The Love Of Wood
Turquoise Beauty 11 of 20This post is full of informative goods on refinishing furniture, including the DIY on this turquoise dresser.
see all the info here from Centsational Girl
Pretty Little IKEA Hack 12 of 20This basic IKEA dresser got a makeover using wood appliquÃ©s. What do you think?
details from California Callahans here
Gold Trim 13 of 20Wow, what a fun makeover on this beautiful hutch! Details include using model paint for the gold trim.
details from Design Sponge here
Dipped Side Table 14 of 20I love the look of dipped furniture including this gold legged end table.
details here from Design Sponge
Stunning Secretary 15 of 20From dark and dreary to light and mirrored, this secretary makeover is so beautiful!
details from Eddie Ross here
Gold Detailed Hutch 16 of 20I think my favorite part of this large hutch makeover is the gold stencil used inside, love the detail!
see the breakdown here from Honey Sweet Home
Freehand IKAT Design 17 of 20Would you ever be brave enough to freehand a busy pattern? This DIY'er did and I think it turned out great!
details from Design Sponge here
Statement Piece 18 of 20Holy orange lacquer! What do dare to do something similar to this dresser? I have to admit, I think it's pretty cool!
details from Live Like You here
Stunning Side Table 19 of 20The re-finishing process of this side table was extensive but the finished product is delightful!
details here from Of All The Fish
Sunny Yellow Buffet 20 of 20It can be scary to paint over antique pieces like this buffet, but in this case, a little bravery (and some yellow paint) really paid off!
full breakdown here from Butter And Other Good Things
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