14 GORGEOUS WOODUBEND MAKEOVERS SHOWCASING HOW ADDING MOULDINGS AND APPLIQUES CAN TOTALLY CHANGE THE LOOK OF YOUR FURNITURE!
If you’re looking for an easy way to totally transform a plain piece of furniture, you’re going to love today’s post. I really hope it inspires you to try these bendable, cuttable, sandable, stainable, and paintable wood appliques and mouldings. I’ve used them on numerous makeovers over the last year or two and love them so I’ve curated this roundup in hopes it inspires you to try some WoodUbend and get busy transforming your plain pieces! But be forewarned, they’re kind of addictive! 😉
Below are 14 favorite WoodUbend Furniture Makeovers in no particular order. If you’d like to read the full tutorial including colors, the specific WoodUbend, and all the supplies used, I’ve included a link to the original post in the title above each image.
Enjoy the roundup friends!
1. SECRETARY DESK WITH WOODUBEND
2. TEXTURED DRESSER W WOODUBEND
3. BLACK SINGER SEWING TABLE
4. ENTRY TABLE W WOODUBEND
5. WOODUBEND PAINTED DRESSER
6. UPCYCLED JEWEL BOX
7. MARBLE HALL TABLE W WOODUBEND
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8. RUSTIC DRESSER W WOODUBEND
9. PLUM CRAZY DRESSER W WOODUBEND
10. WOODUBEND CHEST MAKEOVER
11. WOODUBEND MIRROR MAKEOVER
12. WOODUBEND PINE CHEST
13. CREATE YOUR OWN FURNITURE TRIM
14. DECOUPAGE AND WOODUBEND NIGHTSTANDS
15. HOW TO USE WOODUBEND ON PAINTED FURNITURE
HOW TO USE WOODUBEND YOUTUBE VIDEO
I hope you enjoyed this WoodUbend Furniture RoundUp and it’s inspired you to give these furniture mouldings and appliques a try! I’ve been asked where you can buy WoodUbend and if you’re in Canada or the US you can get them here. If you’re on the other side of the pond you can find a local retailer here.
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Happy furniture painting friends!
SPRING MEADOW PAINTED DRESSER
MILK PAINTED CRACKLE SPRING DRESSER
BLENDING AND LAYERING | SPRING CABINET
SPRING LILAC DESK MAKEOVER
PAINTED CHINA CABINET W COSMIC ROSES
FLORAL TRANSFERS FOR FURNITURE | SPRING DRESSER
SPRING NO SAND DRESSER MAKEOVER
RUSH ORDER TEE’S (FOR BRANDING SWAG!)
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Peggi Rink Aitken says
Your love of WoodUbend is contagious! I bought a handful of them a couple years ago after seeing your beautiful pieces. I’m unsure if I can use WoodUbend trim on a vintage full length mirror which doesn’t have a frame. My grandfather made the mirror but it looks unfinished because there isn’t any wood around the mirror portion. Could I use thick trim and bend it to cover the sides and front of the mirror or do I need to use 2 separate trims- one for the side and one for the front? Let me know your recommendations if you have a minute, thanks for all your inspiration!
Hi Peggi! This Woodubend is kind of addictive isn’t it…lol. If it were my mirror I would probably use a piece on the front and back rather than bend it around the mirror. For one, I think the trim would look more substantial and elegant in it’s full width (rather than halved by a wrap around) and depending on where you’re using it.. it might not even need the trim on the back?? I’d love to hear how it all turns out for you Peggi! x
Hi Denise. These are all so beautiful. I might have to choose the old Singer sewing table makeover because I have an addiction to old sewing machines, but each and every piece of furniture you reimagine is gorgeous.
Thanks my friend! I love that old singer makeover as well!!! XOXO
Kathy from Jax says
I remember each of these projects and it’s way too hard to pick a favorite. The Wood u Bends add so much to each piece making each so beautiful. I have to admit that I wouldn’t have thought about putting them on a flower pot! I love them all so I can’t pick just one.
WoodUbend is fabulous on plastic, glass, terracotta, wood and probably so much more I’m not even thinking of. And thanks so much, Kathy! XOXO
These are amazing. But then again I love ALL your work! Thanks for sharing and inspiring us and for all you do! ~ Nicki
Aw, thank you, Nicki! Much appreciated! XOXO
I think that they are ALL my favorites!
I’m so happy you like them… thanks Millie! 🙂
Jean Rubbo says
Hi Denise, I love your tutorials and have learned a lot from you. How did you do the French script on the nightstand drawers and feet? Thanks in advance for your reply. —- Jean
Thanks Jean! The nightstand drawers and feet were decoupaged. I have the full decoupage and woodubend tutorial here. 🙂
Frances Blunt says
I am exited to try these! These projects are so inspiring. They all turned dull and drab to exciting. All would be a conversation piece for sure in any home!
I think you’d love them, Frances! I’m pretty thrifty so I make them stretch by cutting them up and using portions of them. Like on the corners of furniture etc. They really do make a HUGE difference!