Stenciled Night Stand All Done…

Remember this nightstand I posted about {here}
while I was home in Michigan for Christmas?
It wasn’t quite finished then… but it is
now, & I wanted to show you the finished piece…

The journey of this lovely little nightstand…

I love the finished product… It really needed the hardware change
& the gray accents on the doors & drawer for that
extra pop of fabulous.

The gray panels in the front really tie in the stenciled top to
the rest of the piece.
I wanted to use the stencil on the front panels,
but the stencil was to large for the space.
I think the gray ties it in great though!

Did you see the other big change?
The hardware is now a satin nickel instead
of the antique brass.
The hardware made a huge difference
in the piece & I love it!

The stencil I used is from Cutting Edge Stencils in the
design ” Casablanca all over stencil”.
I used a roller to paint the gray over the blue.
The stencil is very sturdy & allowed there not to be any
paint drips or mistakes.
Tip: I taped the stencil down to keep it in place as I worked.
It helped the stencil to not move as I rolled the paint on.
Also you can use a level to make sure that the stencil
is strait & level before you paint.

I love how a stencil & some paint made this
bland nightstand into a quirky little piece
of furniture that would make a statement
in any room.

So what do you think of this little nightstand?
Do you love the change?
Let me know what you think….

xx Liz Marie

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  1. It’s adorable, & painting the face of the doors made such a dramatic difference!! Such a cute piece. Good work!

    • Thank you so much!! I’m glad you like it :) I can’t believe what a huge difference the painted doors made.. thanks for the sweet comment.. have a great weekend!

  2. Great job! It looks fantastic.

  3. I LOVE it, the blue is sooooo gorg! What color is it? The nickel really looks amazing next to the blue and grey too!

    • Thank you so much! I wish I knew what the color blue is called… It’s from an unmarked can! I’m thinking I need to go to Lowes & try to color match it to share it with you guys… great idea! Thanks again for the sweet comment!!

  4. Adorable… The color is so VERY pretty and soft.. :)

  5. i love how your not afraid to take a risk! and it works out :) you always make me want to go paint something!

    • Do it!!!!! That’s why I’m here… hopefully to inspire people to go paint something. Thanks for the awesome comment.. this just made my night :)

  6. What an amazing transformation! It looks great!

  7. Wow! what a gorgeous transformation! You used two of my favorite color combos, and I’ve been thinking about stenciling a top of one of my tables-this gives me a nice visual :)

    • Thank you so much Kristina! I had never used this color combo before on furniture, but I really liked it! I would for sure recommend stenciling a piece.. it was a lot of fun & I loved how much detail it added to the piece. Thanks for the sweet comment!

  8. wow its gorgeous i love the colour xxx

  9. Oh My Goodness – Love this stenciled idea for the end table! The colors are amazing. Thanks for the inspiration :)

  10. WOW…SO gorgeous! LOVE this!! Hope you can link it up at my turquoise lovin’ party going on right now!

  11. Gorgeous nightstand. Love the stencil design on the top.

  12. I love it! The color is gorgeous. The stencil top and satin nickel hardware change looks great too.

  13. This is gorgeous! In fact, your blog has so many lovely things that I have killed a fair bit of time looking about here. Keep up the great work. It’s so inspiring!

  14. I adore everything about this! I would love it if you linked this up at our party

  15. I cannot wait to find an end table like this so I can totally copy you! I love it! Awesome job!

  16. This is such a beautiful transformation! I love the colors and the way you used them.


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