Stenciled Washer & Dryer


Since I can't afford a new fancy Washer & Dryer for my Laundry Room, instead I decided to give a little makeover to my old set using a stencil from Royal Design Studio.
I centered the thick plastic stencil on the front of my dryer and stuck it in place with some painter's tape. I then used a little cabinet and trim roller to apply my paint. Finish it off with a coat of clear polyurethane and the makeover is complete!
Stenciled Washer & Dryer {from How to Nest for Less}
Paint with a cabinet and trim roller.
Center the design of the stencil first, then line up the stencil edges to complete the design.
Give your old washer & dryer new life!

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2 questions
  • Dor11471919
    on Jan 6, 2017

    What kind of paint?

    • Vanessa Ward
      on Jan 27, 2017

      I would use a paint designed for metal. Use a fine grit sandpaper to rough up the surface. Rustoleum makes a great metal primer. With the primer you can use any type of paint. I have had paint peel off of metal without the prep and primer.

  • Charron
    on Jan 6, 2017

    where do you get those large Stencils? and what kind of paint???

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  • Denise Hardy
    on Feb 15, 2018

    Love this
  • Terry Padgett
    on Jan 18, 2019

    LOVE THIS DEFINITELY GOING TO DO .I just started stenciling got bored one night and did this now I'm stenciling everything it's just paint if I don't like like I paint over it 😀

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