Hey, creative friends! Today I’m sharing 5 trendy black-painted furniture ideas that will stand the test of time. Whether you’re a traditionalist or sway towards the artsy-fartsy side of furniture makeovers, I got you covered. Get ready to be inspired!
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Get Ready To Be Inspired By Black Painted Furniture!
#1 Here, we have one of my favorite black-painted inspired pieces. This loveliness of stenciled art gives this dresser some real character. CLICK HERE to see how I used a stencil with chalk paint.
#2 Check out the lovely distressed look on this masculine dresser! Learn how to distress your chalk-painted furniture with less effort by CLICKING HERE.
#3 This black paint finish was the perfect choice for this vintage pie safe. It’s one of my most treasured finds. I purchased a storage unit without knowing what I might find, and boy did I hit it big. It was full of vintage and antique furniture. SCORE! CLICK HERE to see the wet distressing method I used to get this primitive look.
#4 is this Art Deco beauty! I knew from the minute I saw it that the black and stain combo would be the theme. CLICK HERE to learn about how I gave this dry bar a whole new look.
#5 And lastly, I have found this “laminate” and wood veneer MCM credenza??? I’m not sure what to call it. It came out of an old office building, and I purchased it on Marketplace, not knowing what I was getting. But I was pleasantly surprised at how beautiful it tuned out with this black painted wood look combo. To see the BEFORE (which is a sight to see), CLICK HERE.
And if that’s not enough inspiration. CLICK HERE to see another 8 amazing distressed black painted furniture makeovers ideas from other furniture artists.
Thanks for joining me here today on this look back at some lovely and still trendy ideas. I’ve always loved black furniture, and adding just a few simple techniques can really step up your furniture painting game.
Until the next project… xo, Do