If you are looking for new ideas, like old ones Spice up furniture yourself then you have come to the right place. Furniture and home accessories with a dip-dye effect are all the rage. Dip-Dyed means something like “dipped” in German. This look can be achieved very quickly and we would like to introduce you to a few ideas that you can try out yourself.
Spice up furniture yourself and color it in parts
Tables, stools and chairs can be spiced up quickly and easily with the dip-dye method. Dip in once and you’re done! The colored feet of the furniture already have a great effect. Even a simple side table becomes an eye-catcher in the room with a colored accent. Stools and chairs made of untreated wood are best for “dip dyeing”, but you can also partially dye vintage cabinets and chests of drawers. First you should sand the surface of the already painted furniture with sandpaper, because that way the paint will adhere better. Use acrylic varnish for wood or commercially available wall paint.
Spice up furniture yourself – colored feet
Measure the table legs beforehand and then use a pencil or masking tape to mark the height that you want to color later. Paint and let dry overnight. Then remove the masking tape. And done. You have a real designer piece with an individual character.
Drawers with an ombre effect
colored chair legs
Pimp up the vintage dresser
colorful side table instead of simple wooden stool
new bar stools after the kitchen renovation
pink painted chair legs
Scandinavian and simple