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Dreamy Dip-Dye Furniture

Dip dye, or colour-dipped, furniture has been trending for a while now, and we’re finding ourselves loving it more and more! Similar to the decorating styles of ombre and colour blocking, it’s yet another fantastic way to introduce new, and often unexpected, colours into a space. It’s also a simple yet ingenious way to spruce up an old or uninspiring piece of furniture, requiring little more than a coat or two of paint. Just take a look at these charming examples below.

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A dip-dye paint job is all it takes to give a plain wooden chair a colourful makeover

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These pastel-painted stools are attractive and eye-catching.

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Here, most of the chair has been painted, with only the ends of the legs left bare.

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The dipped effect on these little tables has taken an ordinary piece of furniture to the next level.

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This example illustrates just how easy it is to pretty up an unattractive piece of furniture with nothing more than a paint brush and some paint.



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Take a stepladder, dip-dye it, and hey presto, a cute little side table.



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Many of the dip-dye examples on this list have a quaint, rustic appearance, but this black desk shows it is possible to create something much more chic and sophisticated.

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Even your sofa can benefit from the dipped look.



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Metallic paint is well suited to wood furniture, and these gorgeous gold-dipped legs lift what is otherwise a rather drab table.

Chairs with pinks legs

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The pink legs on these white chairs really make the room pop.



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All this old, unloved chair needed was a little bit of dip-dye attention to make it great again.

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Matching dip-dye furniture? Yes, and yes.

blue and white chair

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The colour-dipped look can be used in a number of ways. The double-dip paint effect on this chair blends beautifully with its surroundings.

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