We have some tremendous do it yourself type people at a number of different blogs that have made great use of our wood carvings and trim appliques. Stained, painted, or glazed to give each one a unique look, they makeover everything from dressers to shelves and a few things in between. Let's have a look at all the different ways you can make our products go from good to outstanding!
To start we have this beautiful DIY trumeau mirrior from Patina Paradise. There is lot going on in this makeover with the stencil patterns and the worn or aged feel that it has. The wax added to the swag around the small mirror gives the piece more depth and marries the colours. Learn a few new techniques and tips by clicking over :)
The "icing on the cake" provided by our 12" scrolls makes this cabinet makeover look fantastic. Curb Alert takes a $20 broken record player/stereo cabinet and fixes it up beautifully.
Slightly Coastal used our scrolls too along with a center piece and some corner pieces for her French country wooden valance. The valances were built using 1/4" birch plywood and inexpensive trim. Check out the full result over at her website.
Making use of our appliques and wood carvings, this features swag flowers, buds, & leaves. From a dark stain to this new light grey color this is now a fine TV armorie from Uniquely Grace.
The color you see here is actually two parts Linen and one part Mustard Seed Yellow. Using our knobs and flowers on curved stem applique, Noble Vintage makes this dresser makeover come together quite nicely.
This is just one of the appliques used in Christys Thrift Decorating article about how to decorate with wood appliques. With over one million page views, don't miss out on the advice this blog has to offer.
From plain Jane to classy antique dresser makeover, our corner wood appliques help provide that classy antique look. With some center piece appliques and our satin pewter cup pulls this piece is complete. From Redo It Yourself Inspirations, see how this piece gets all jazzed up.