Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Painted Patterns on Furniture - Quatrefoil and Chevron

Here are some popular patterns

that are showing up everywhere in home decor.

Quatrefoil,

is a four lobed, four petaled, or four leafed design.
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I used this pattern on an old dresser and head board.




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Starting with a good sanding, 

and then putting deglosser on the laminate top,

I followed up with a spray primer and then paint.









I like to make custom sized stencils with paper

and packaging tape.










More before's and after's.








Here is also a redo using the popular chevron pattern

for a baby's nursery.




Sand and spray prime white.

Then paint yellow.


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Because I paint a lot of furniture,

I don't always photograph all of the steps,

but I like to keep good before and after shots.

They give vision for what a piece can become!

Thanks for stopping by!

Deb




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7 comments:

CreativaCale said...

Love Your paint!Yellow is fun!Kiss from Serbia,
Cale

Vintage Paint and more... said...

I love the dresser with the Quatrefoil design. So pretty. Pinning it. Cathy

20 North Ora said...

Love that bright yellow for a nursery. Great work as always.

Judy

Jeanette said...

Just beautiful! Love them all! You have enormous patience to make your own stencils!

Unknown said...

Lake girl really can paint! Great work - especially love the dresser!
Shelly @ http://100things2do.ca

Unknown said...

Your pieces are beautiful! I love the matching headboard...the softness of white and grey. The print adds just the perfect amount of punch. :-)

Kathy said...

Your dresser turned out absolutely chic! Wonderful tutorial, Deb! I will be featuring your post in this week's Home and Garden Thursday,
Kathy