Dipped Furniture

Dipped Furniture

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Do you dip?

Yes, dipped furniture is not new, but I’m still lovin’ it.  It’s easy to do, it is an inexpensive project, it looks chic without trying too hard, and it can be loud or quiet.


Better Homes & Gardens



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You can dip the legs in paint or do a reverse dip so the legs are exposed.

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Dans le Townhouse

Love the glamorous feel here – less cutesy.

Style Swoon

Sometimes a little pop of color is all you need.

Better Homes & Gardens

House and Home

Ikea Hack from The Sweet Beast

Design Sponge

Charlotte's Fancy

House and Home

West Elm no longer carries these, but they were cute!

West Elm

How cool is this “front-dipped” chair?  Are you brave enough to have this in your home?  I can already tell you, I am not cool enough, but it’s fun to look at!


If you’re a little wary about doing this to your furniture, the good news is it looks great on accessories also!


Love the basket idea!  Wouldn’t this make an extra sweet gift basket?

Martha Stewart

Anyone need a little color in their kitchen?  Wouldn’t this be fun to make for a party?  To have color-coordinated silverware?

Elle Decor - clever paint display


Little Bit Funky

A handy little product called Plastidip makes painting silverware you can still eat with possible.  This gal has a great little tutorial here.

Jessica Maio

Come back tomorrow for my own DIY dipped goodness complete with tutorial!

What do you think of dipping?

Oh, one more I couldn’t resist.  Toothbrushes!  How adorable are these?  So much cuter than the regular plastic ones – color code for each individual!

 Seen here.

Design Sponge

  • Melissa
    Posted at 09:24h, 11 September

    I went through a dipped phase last year– lots of MCM dressers with gold legs, and I replaced the hardware with the agate knobs from Anthro. Really, really pretty trend!

    • Grace
      Posted at 12:14h, 11 September

      Oooo Melissa, I would love to see a pic!