This amazing embossed, damask stenciled dresser was created by Natalie from A Ray of Sunlight with Texture Powder, Dark Roast, and Sunday Tea. Come find out how easy it is to turn a simple piece of furniture into a shabby chic beauty!


If you’ve got a simple piece of furniture that needs a little more added intrigue, Texture Powder might be just what you need!

By mixing Texture Powder with Country Chic Paint in a 1:1 ratio, you can create thick, textured paint in any color. Textured paint can be applied over a stencil to create an incredible, embossed effect. That’s exactly what Natalie did with this dresser.

For a step-by-step tutorial and video on how to use texture powder, click here

Embossed Damask Stenciled Dresser - painted dresser in light grey with diy furniture paint from Country Chic Paint

Natalie mixed Texture Powder with the color, Dark Roast in a 1:1 ratio. She then taped her stencil down and applied a coat of textured paint over top with a putty knife. Once all the drawers had textured stencils applied, she let them dry overnight.

Next she used a painting sponge to apply the color, Sunday Tea over the entire dresser.

Embossed Damask Stenciled Dresser - painted dresser in light grey with diy furniture paint from Country Chic Paint

As you can see in these close-ups, the she distressed the dresser really help the stenciled detailing pop!

Embossed Damask Stenciled Dresser - painted dresser in light grey with diy furniture paint from Country Chic Paint

Embossed Damask Stenciled Dresser - painted dresser in light grey with diy furniture paint from Country Chic Paint

To learn even more about this transformation, stop by Natalie’s full length blog post.

To see some more examples of what you can create with texture powder, click here.

Leave a comment below to tell us what you think of this embossed damask stenciled dresser!




Natalie {A Ray of Sunlight}

Hello! My name is Natalie, and I am the owner and creative mind behind A Ray of Sunlight. I have always loved anything to do with crafts, so it only seemed right when I started my career in painting and refinishing furniture. Growing up my parents taught me many things including how to re-purpose and reuse what we already had. I wanted a career that would enable me stay home with my baby girl, and furniture does just that. I hope to inspire those who are looking for fresh decor, but don’t want to pay a pretty penny for the cheaply made furniture at stores. Thank you for following along on my adventures of up-cycling and bringing light back to old outdated pieces.

Make sure to follow Natalie on her blog, A Ray of Sunlight. You can also find her on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest!



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