Furniture Decoupage: 30+ ideas and master classes to create a Shabby-chic and Provence atmosphere


Furniture Decoupage

Decoupage technique to design products and furniture decoupage again at the peak of popularity. This is the easiest and most affordable way to update the interior, to give old furniture individuality and sophistication. Using different images on paper or material, a little imagination and creative inspiration can transform furniture fronts, doors, countertops and back into works of art.

Decoupage furniture: prepare materials

Select the image that you want to migrate to the surface of furniture. It can be a drawing on paper, napkin, wallpaper fragment print on textiles or leather, lace. It is advisable to buy a special decoupage glue, but in the absence of such suit and PVA. You will also need a sponge, soft brush and acrylic paint.

Important! Depending on the decoupage technique and style of future products you may need additional materials and tools.

Prepare the surface. If the furniture is wood without treatment, it can not be washed. Lacquered or painted furniture should be degreased (suitable dishwashing detergent), wipe with sandpaper and remove dust.
If the furniture is really old and it has cracks and chips, disguise their putty for wood and furniture wax.
Gruntuem surface of clear acrylic lacquer. Dark furniture is better to paint in bright colors.

Apply the adhesive to the base structure and place the cut on the contour of the image in the manner prescribed by the previously drawn up a sketch.

After the adhesive has dried, the composition is coated with acrylic lacquer. additional decorative techniques used, if desired.For professionals can offer another way. Place the napkin on a dry surface, and on top, apply the adhesive composition. Clay impregnate cloth and reliably fix the image. In any event, Figure varnished reliability.
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