10 Unique Ways to Decoupage a Table With Style

decoupage fabric table makeover
Mark Montano

The following decoupage projects will inspire you to makeover your tables that have seen better days. Whether you want to update the look of your old table or you merely want to add a bit of interest to a simple table in your home, the following decoupage projects will inspire your furniture makeover.

You don't have to spend a lot of money to decoupage a table. One project on this list only costs five dollars. These projects also don't take a lot of time and effort to change the look of your furniture. Check out these creative ideas for artistic table makeover inspiration.

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    Piero Fornasetti Style Decoupaged Table

    gold leaf decoupaged table top
    Mark Montano

    Piero Fornasetti was an Italian artist with a unique style. He produced more than 11,000 pieces of art in his lifetime, many of which featured his signature style of black and white faces. He used the face of operatic soprano Lina Cavalieri, as a theme for quite a few of his artistic table creations.

    This table is a thrifty knockoff version of Fornasetti's furniture style. All it takes to get this look is a little bit of spray paint, printed acetate, and some patience. Mark Montano from HGTV and other DIY programs will show you how to get it done quickly and efficiently.

    Fornasetti-esque Table DIY from Make Your Mark with Mark Montano

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    Whimsical Mad Hatter Side Table

    mad hatter decoupaged table
    The Graphics Fairy

    Do you have a table that is old and worn but has good bones? You may want to transform it into a whimsical gray, black and white decoupaged beauty. The Graphics Fairy will show you how with an incredible step by step no-fail tutorial. Learn how to prime, paint and decoupage your ugly table into a fantastic art piece you will be proud to display in your home.

    DIY Mad Hatter Tea Table Fun from The Graphics Fairy

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    Turquoise and Red 50s Revival Kitchen Table and Chairs

    red and blue kitchen table decoupage
    Thrifty Rebel Vintage

    Give your beat-up old wooden dining table and chairs new life with a coat of turquoise paint and a red vinyl tablecloth decoupaged onto the tabletop. The color combination will add a hint of vintage fifties style to your kitchen decor. You will love your bright and cheerful new kitchen.

    My Kitchen Table Makeover is Blooming by TRV Thrifty Rebel Vintage

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    Elegant Black and White Decoupaged Table Top

    black and white decoupaged table

    Most people think of paper projects when making a decoupage craft, but fabric can be used to add decorative charm to your furniture makeovers as well. This table has black and white material glued to its top with Mod Podge and is then sealed with polyurethane.

    Nichole Loiacono, a talented home designer from Parlour, explains how you too can achieve this stunning look on any furniture you want to update.

    Decoupaging with Fabric from Parlour

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    $5 Decoupaged Table Thrifty Makeover Project

    five dollar table
    Artsy Chicks Rule

    This decoupage project is proof that you can have decent looking furniture on a shoestring budget. The ladies from Artsy Chicks Rule spent a total of five dollars transforming an old ugly table into a thing of beauty. Who would have thought that you could achieve such a stunning transitional look with only paint, glue and tissue paper? Everyone can live nicely with a little bit of work and crafty skills.

    $5 Thrifty French Paper Decoupaged Table Themed Makeover from Artsy Chicks Rule

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    Burlap Decoupaged End Table

    burlap decoupaged end table
    What Treasures Await

    Chalk paint and burlap fabric magically transform a side table from drab to fab. The creme colored bottom and graphite tinted top look fantastic with this particular style of furniture. Add the burlap strip to the front of the drawers for just the right amount of added texture and pop on the piece. You will love your updated table every time you look at it. Why not decoupage some more of your furniture to match?

    Chalky Paint Table from What Treasures Await

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    Cute and Colorful Table Decor

    colorful decoupaged side table
    Mod Podge Rocks

    Some people love an abundance of bright, happy colors in their home. Here is a decoupaged table craft that is both bold and cheerful. Show the world your funky inner artist with this delightful decoupage table redo. The vibrant blue and orange colors are guaranteed to lift the spirits of all who enter the room.

    Decoupage Furniture: Colorful Table Makeover from Mod Podge Rocks

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    Decoupaged Fabric Table Makeover

    decoupage fabric table makeover
    Mark Montano

    This bright blue table is another fabulous Mark Montano creation. He paints an old thrift store table a stunning color to give it a second life, then adds some color-coordinated fabric to the top. The result is a lovely table for your home. The best part is that it costs next to nothing to make.

    Decoupaged Fabric Table Makeover from Make Your Mark with Mark Montano

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    Coca Cola Vintage Decor Decoupaged Table

    coca cola girl decoupaged table
    Vintage Brocante

    Add a touch of nostalgia to an old table by decoupaging some vintage coca cola girl posters to the top. This cute furniture makeover will have you longing for the "good old days." Make sure you hop on over to the Vintage Brocante page on deviant art to get inspired by the other fabulous vintage pieces of upcycled furniture designs.

    Coca Cola Girl Vintage Decoupaged Table from Vintage Brocante

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    Upscale Table Transformation

    sheet music decoupaged table
    One Creative Couple

    Don't throw leftover sheet music you have no use for away. Decoupage a table with it. Glazing, paint and Mod Podge convert this table from ordinary to extraordinary. Make this one of a kind table the envy of all your friends.

    From Interesting to Art from One Creative Couple