7 Stencil Makeovers To Spice Up Your Furniture

Transform an old piece of furniture into something beautiful with the help of a stencil!

Do you have a piece of plain old furniture that could use a makeover? Stenciling your furniture may be the answer you’ve been looking for! Layering a gold pattern on top of a clean white table or decorating a metal filing cabinet with a pretty pattern can give your furniture the fresh new look you’ve been dreaming of.

Check out these 7 stencil makeovers that will take your furniture from basic to beautiful!

1. Wooden Vanity Table

Your vanity table should be just as pretty as you are. This stenciled lattice design in gold metallic turned a $10 table into a snazzy setting.

2. Flea Market Find Facelift

This trash turned to treasure with the help of a little sanding, paint, rope drawer pulls, and most importantly stenciled numbers displaying a special date.

3. Herringbone Table

If you’re a sucker for gold and wood stain, you’ll love this furniture makeover! A herringbone vinyl stencil spray painted in gold metallic completed this trendy side table.

4. Flowered Filing Cabinet

Metal filing cabinets are chunky and bland, but this fully flowered, chalk painted, and stenciled filing cabinet transformed an eye-sore into an eye-catching decor piece.

5. White Armoire

Customize an old piece of furniture into something brand new by adding a stencil design on top of some fresh coats of paint! Get the pattern used in this armoire makeover, here.

6. Metal Rolling Cart

This West Elm inspired cart was created from a vintage metal rolling cart refurbished into a gold metallic masterpiece.

7. Beach Inspired Porch Sideboard

With a light and airy look, this porch sideboard received a stencil makeover for a beach themed space.

Which stenciled makeover is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!

Top Image Credit: The Lettered Cottage

Mady Dahlstrom

Mady Dahlstrom

Senior Editor, Porch.com. With a passion for all things home, Mady writes about interior design and decorating, home remodeling and loves scouring Pinterest for the best DIY projects. In her free time, Mady enjoys flipping furniture and hunting for the latest home decor trends. You can find her work in ForbesLife, Martha Stewart, InStyle, U.S. News & World Report, SheKnows, Bustle, and more. Follow Mady on Twitter at @madydahlstrom and feel free to reach out to her at madisond@porch.com.



I was stunned by the transformation of the metal cart. We have one in our vacation home that is bright yellow and the main color in the kitchen is red. This made me think, “Why didn’t I think of that!”

Anne Perks

You wouldn’t believe #5 was the same piece! Looks great!

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