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Furniture Stenciling Off the Wall on Unexpected Surfaces!

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Who doesn’t love seeing beautiful colors and stencil designs in unexpected places? You can use stencils to transform almost ANY surface, from walls to furniture and from floors to fabric — but we had a bit of a stencil swoon when seeing pretty projects featuring stenciled refrigerators, filing cabinets and more! Take a look at the charming stencil surprises we have in store for you…

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Stunned? We were, too, with this beauty! Artist Tamra Cook of Alexander Cook Fine Art & Finishes stenciled the old oak doors of her client’s refrigerator using Faux Effects’ Lusterstone with a vinyl stencil from our sister custom stencil company, Modello® Designs. You can easily recreate the look with the Flourish Allover Stencil from the Allover Damask Stencil Collection.

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Erin from How to Nest for Less made quite a stencil splash with this fabulous stenciled washer and dryer set! She used Country Gray Chalk Paint® decorative paint and the Donatella Damask Stencil for her laundry room lovelies. It’s an inexpensive, durable and fun furniture stenciling treatment that will make laundry doldrums a thing of the past!

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Stenciled Curb Appeal! Spanish artist Jorge Dalinger of Dalinger Designs brought his considerable creative style by stenciling the Villa Classic Panel Stencil on the panels of these exterior wood garage doors. Gorgeous!

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Upgrade your filing system with this super pretty stenciled filing cabinet idea! Chelsea from Two Twenty One rocked the bohemian Rockin’ Roses Damask Stencil with a contemporary gray & white color combo with sweet pink decor accents. Perfect design for the creative, modern blogger she is!

These stencil ideas have inspired us to take a second look at many surfaces with unforeseen pattern possibilities. Maybe the interior and sides of that drawer? What about painting and stenciling old book covers? Perhaps the door or even the columns! The element of surprise can be a delight to our senses — we hope these ideas have charmed and inspired yours.

What “off the wall” surfaces in your home are you thinking of stenciling?

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