12 INSPIRING BLUE PAINTED BEFORE AND AFTERS INCLUDING A LIST OF MY FAVORITE BLUES THAT ALWAYS LOOK AMAZING!
Hi SI family, so thrilled you’re here! I have a fun and inspiring collection to share with you today! A collection of BLUE Painted Furniture Makeovers. I’m also including a list of my favorite blue paints that ALWAYS look amazing and never disappoint!
There’s a link to the original post under each image if you’d like ALL the details on a piece.
#1. First up is this heavy-duty dresser. This was a solid made dresser with a ton of potential but looked SO bulky. To lighten it up we added some bun feet, a Ceramic Floral Furniture Transfer, and one of my favorite colors – Dusty Blue.
#2. Here’s a console table makeover from my inlaws. If you missed this post a few weeks ago, it was painted in gorgeous Savannah Mist Chalk Mineral Paint.
#3. So you can get an idea of what Savannah Mist looks like on a variety of styles, here it is painted on the sweetest vintage buffet.
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#4. Blueberry anyone? This makeover was a ton of fun. I had the pleasure of sharing my studio with my goddaughter. While Jules worked on a side table, I was color blending with Blueberry and Bunker Hill Blue.
#5. Number five was a double whammy. This dresser was restyled twice with two very different looks. Its final look is with DIY Furniture Trim and the ever-stunning Vintage Duck Egg Blue. This dresser has JUST sold and they are coming for a porch p/u this evening. 🙂 I’m so happy she’s found her new home.
#6. Next up is this shapely game table my sister Andrea found at our local Restore. It was restyled in a blue that is fast becoming one of my fav’s – Antebellum Blue.
#7. Lucky number seven is another Antebellum Blue makeover on this large dresser. This one was pretty beat up and took a lot of TLC, but the finished product was stunning. The details were brought out with a dark glaze but this blue steals the show.
#8. A classic blue “In The Navy” makes for the perfect backdrop for this gold Somewhere In France furniture transfer. In The Navy is a classic navy blue that never disappoints!
#9. Here’s a buffet I painted in Bunker Hill Blue. It’s a classic blue with a little more punch!
#10. Did you miss last week’s Furniture Fixer Upper post? Here are some Thrift Store nightstands that were restyled in Antebellum Blue.
#11. If you’re looking for a moody blue, this Stormy Seas is it! This was a layered chalk paint technique, but Stormy Seas stole the show.
#12. Last is this $20 Craigslist Makeover that turned into a custom order. My client bought this dresser with a mixed blue finish and wanted me to create nightstands to match.
The problem – I hadn’t jotted down which blues I used and in what order. Lesson learned! The good news is they turned out amazing. And how could they not layering all these magnificent blues!
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Wishing you a beautiful day filled with inspiration and Happy Painting friends!
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