10 Stenciled Furniture Projects

PicMonkey CollageStenciling is a great way to update a piece of furniture. It adds dimension, interest, & a custom
look a and feel that adds an element of interest to any room in your home. From dressers, chairs,
hutches, armoires, & beyond there are so many options for stencils out there it may be hard
for you to decide which one to use. You can find stencils at your local craft store or onine at
places like Royal Design Studio, Cutting Edge Stencils, Amazon, & many other places. Here
are just a few inspiring stenciled furniture projects that I have had my eye on lately…


Stenciling the inside of the hutch is a great way to spice up a piece of furniture.
& this creamy hutch from Honey sweet Home is beautiful! The neutral
trellis stencil in the back of the hutch mixed with the gold hardware is the
perfect combo.


This reverse stencil from Other Pieces of Me is nothing short of amazing.
Reverse stenciling gives that added pop of drama when stenciling
furniture & this dresser proves it. You have to click over to see how
she painted this dresser. You will be amazed.


Stenciled leather stools? Yes! These leather stenciled stools are the pop that this
kitchen needed. & such a genius way to customize your kitchen stools from Amy Casablanca.


Stenciling a dresser for a childs room is the perfect way to add a fun element
into their space. This customized dresser for a little girls room on Project Nursery
is perfection & such a fun element in the room.


A small side table is a perfect piece to stencil and paint in a fun color
for a fun piece that is not too overwhelming like this piece from
A Little Glass Box. I’m kind of obsessed with how she styled it too, so fun!


A stenciled upholstered headboard is a perfect focal point for any bedroom.
This DIY stenciled upholstered headboard from Infarrantly Creative is nothing
short of stunning & I’m loving the coral and gray combo in this room.


Stenciling isn’t just for indoor furniture. These stenciled aderondack chairs
are a perfect example on how to spice up your outdoor furniture this spring.
I’m loving these simple numbered stenciled chairs featured over on HGTV.


The before and after of this armoire from Good Girl Gone Glad is amazing.
This delicate stencil in gray on the freshly painted white cabinet is
perfect & gives a fresh new look to this piece.  


Stenciling a kitchen island makes adds a personal touch to your kitchen.
This one from Thistlewood Farm is simple and makes the island look so custom.


Stenciling a plain white desk top can be the perfect way to add a pop of
color & to tie the large piece of furniture into the rest of the room. I’m loving this
simple pink stencil design found via Tumblr. Stenciling a desk is the perfect
way to make your desk an inspirational place to work.

Have you stenciled a piece of furniture before? What did you stencil?
Did you like the piece when you were finished? Do you like stenciled furniture?
If you blogged it leave the link below or share it {here} on the
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I would love to see your stenciled furniture pieces!



  1. Thanks for the shout out sweet friend! Love all the projects!

    Have a wonderful and blessed day!

    • You are so very welcome Karianne! I couldn’t do a stencil post with out including your beautiful island. I hope you are having a great week!! xx :)

  2. My grandmother has brought me a hutch that was her mom’s, who died at 93 in the 80′s. It is not ornate, just special because it’s been in the family and old. My problem is that my house is from the 50′s – my friend calls it a “very Brady house.” I do not have a formal dining room because it’s been turned into an exercise room. The hutch does not really match the house and my hubby wants to put it in storage. He is adamantly against painting it. I am torn against sentimental feelings and just getting rid of it – I don’t see a point in storing it. Do you have thoughts or advice?
    Thanks a ton!

    • I think maybe storing it for later use in another home may be one choice. But I completely have adapted to the rule if you do not think it’s beautiful or love it, do not have it in your home. If I have something I don’t love it bugs me and makes me not happy in my own space. I would maybe show your husband some examples of how the piece can be painted to fit in your home. Painting it doesn’t take away from how special the piece is, it simply makes the special piece a part of your home that you can pass on. If you store it the memories are stored away and forgotten while they are there. Paint can always be removed. Stripping a piece is very easy & it can be brought back to it’s original. I hope I was helpful! It may just take time to realized what you want for the piece. So just take your time and hopefully you can both agree on something. Best of luck!!! xx Liz Marie

  3. These are really some wonderful furniture designs..Just loved them..

  4. An outstanding share! I have just forwarded this onto a colleague who was conducting a little research on this.
    And he in fact bought me dinner due to the fact that I found it for
    him… lol. So allow me to reword this…. Thanks for the meal!

    ! But yeah, thanx for spending the time to talk about this matter
    here on your web page.

  5. The stencil you used on the inside of the hutch I really like. Could you please tell me where you got it. I am repurposing a drop leaf table into a desk and I think that design would look great on the top of the table. I haven’t don’t a large stencil project like the table will be, so am hoping the design will not be difficult. Any advice or tricks would be appreciated. I really like and have enjoyed your blog. Your repurposing of the bowl project was a great idea and something I would like to do sometime. Thanks for posting it to Hometalk as well.

  6. Tina Levitt says:


    I would like to stencil my dining room table. It is currently black. The room has both stained furniture, and a black buffet. I would love some ideas on stenciling it.



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