Add drama without sacrificing the natural wood beauty of a gorgeous midcentury dresser by painting a geometric pattern on just a portion of the piece.
A painted dresser like this coral bureau is the perfect DIY project to try your hand at the ombre trend. Simply use a paint sample card to choose graduated tints of the same color (Etsy, $289).
Artist Zoe Murphy puts her creative mark on upcycled textiles and furniture like this colorful piece.
Replace the usual red, white and blue with a Union Jack of a different hue.
Here, pink, white and orange make a bold statement.
Turn an ordinary Ikea dresser into a work of art with stencils like
the bone inlay-inspired design you see here.
You can't get enough ikat? Freehand-paint this stunning design
onto the drawers of your favorite shabby dresser or accent table.
Give a modern update to cabriole leg furniture by accenting the legs
and lower trim with a standout color like the gold used here.
Tired of chevron? Try painting on a herringbone pattern instead for a fresh look.
Give the baby's dresser a splash of style by painting on an oversize animal silhouette.
A small repeating geometric pattern creates serious dresser drama.
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