Here’s another tool for your toolbox for updating thrift store furniture finds! Royal Design Studio, an industry leader in pattern décor, wants make stenciling furniture even EASIER with their new Paint, Peel & Stick Canvas™. To show you how you can make a thrifted piece into
a boho chic piece of art,
the stencilistas at Royal Design Studio has put together a video tutorial on Stenciling Furniture with Chalk Paint and Boho Style Tiles.
This contemporary cabinet has a complex design scheme, but the Paint, Peel & Stick Canvas™ makes it easy to do! After painting the entire piece with Chalk Paint™ by Annie Sloan and gilding the top with gold leaf, you can easily stencil the canvas with multiple designs and then apply the canvas onto the piece. On this cabinet, Royal Design studio used a variety of Tile Stencils as well as a Border Stencil. That’s a lot of stencil designs for one area! Paint, Peel & Stick Canvas™ helps with making a complex design, such as this, easier.
This revolutionary canvas also solves the problem of hard-to-stencil areas such as edges, corners, and crevices. The canvas is cut to fit the exact space you want to stencil. It is also stenciled separate from the furniture piece so that no paint is accidentally applied to the space you don’t want stenciled. Without stenciling “whoopsies”, the entire painting process is that much faster and easier!
A HUGE benefit to using Paint, Peel & Stick Canvas™ on your painted furniture projects is that you can keep up with trends (and keep money in your wallet)! Fads come and go, but what do you do if your stylish cabinet eventually falls behind a new trend? Much like chevron was the “it” pattern back in its heyday, tiles are now making their way into interiors as the “it” item. To stay on top of the latest styles reasonably and affordably, you can simply repaint the removable canvas as well as the furniture piece. Yes, it’s that easy to update!
Check out Easy Stencil Ideas with Paint, Peel & Stick Canvas™ for more ways that you can use this ingenious product. It will be a go-to tool in your DIY decorating toolbox that you will use time and time again (especially because it’s removable)!