We can ombre our clothes. We can ombre our tableware. We can even ombre our hair. And once we’ve ombre-ed all those things, it’s time to go ombre the furniture. Most DIYs that boast a beautiful shade gradient are easier than you’d expect. Check out these 11 ombre furniture DIYs and see for yourself.
1. Ombre Chest: When you’ve chosen your paint chip, get a little bit of paint in darker and lighter shades, according to the number of drawers. Boom. Ombre. (via Cape 27)
2. Ombre Bar Cart: Giving your bar cart an ombre makeover means you’ll get a little bit of ombre in all your main living areas. Or wherever you roll your cart, that is. (via Paper and Stitch)
3. Hanging Shelves: These hanging shelves are so cute, we might need to put them in several rooms in our houses. (via Ducklings in a Row)
4. Ombre Stools: It’s always handy to have some stools around the house, so go ahead and make them pretty while you’re at it. (via Nalle’s House)
5. Plywood Cabinet: We’ve covered painting the outside of our drawers, but have you thought about painting the inside? We’re big fans of the surprise ombre. (via How Are You)
6. Ombre Pendant Lights: Let’s shed a little light on the subject. We’re talking ombre light, to be more specific. (via Design Love Fest)
7. Ombre Changing Table: This pretty nursery piece shows that you can be creative with your ombre shade and proves that there’s no right way to order those gradient hues. (via Lonny)
8. Ombre Bar Stools: So technically it’s dipped, but this is a great way to add an ombre pop without going shade crazy. (via Brit + Co)
9. Ombre File Cabinet: It’s time to turn that file cabinet eyesore into a real thing of beauty. You’ll be motivated to keep things organized just so you can keep going back to it. (via Put up Your Dukes)
10. Ombre Chairs: If you’ve got an eclectic set of chairs, play up all those differences and paint them different shades of the same color. (via Instagram)
11. Ombre Bench: You can ombre up, ombre down, ombre all over this town… and this bench. (via Design Sponge)
Will you find a way to incorporate ombre into your furniture? Tell us below!