Navy Painted Furniture

Strikingly bold navy painted furniture is trending in the DIY home décor scene, making any room stand out with its sleek and modern look. Whether you’re looking for beautiful blues or calming neutrals – painted furniture can add a perfect touch of character to your home. 

Here are some of our favorite design inspirations to help you create your own stunning pieces for your next project! 

collage of navy painted furniture

Create a one-of-a-kind look that reflects your own personal style on your dated furniture with a classic navy hue. 

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If you’re a seasoned DIYer or new to the painting game, this blog post offers ideas for those looking to put their own spin on navy-painted furniture.

From statement pieces like navy dressers to smaller items like nightstands, these makeovers provide an exciting outlet for creative expression!

Tips for Painting Furniture Navy Blue

To ensure that your furniture looks its best, it is important to prepare furniture for paint. Then use the right primer before starting your project. Check out this list of the best primers for painting furniture.

Primers are designed specifically to help give your paint better coverage and added durability and adhesion. Some also stop tannin bleed through, which is really important when painting wood furniture.

Also, be sure to use a high-quality paint brush or paint roller (you can even use a paint sprayer) to apply several thin coats of paint—at least two coats are suggested.

Finally, if you use paint that needs a topcoat, be sure to seal the paint afterward so that it can withstand wear and tear properly. Here’s our list of the best topcoats for painting furniture.

Best Navy Blue Furniture Paint

Finding the right navy blue paint is critical in getting the finish you’re looking for.

Here is a list of some of the best navy blue paints available for painting furniture that will give you beautiful results. Plus I’ve linked a tutorial on how to use that paint.

Check out this list of the best paint for wood furniture for more paints that you can use.

Without further ado, here are our navy painted furniture ideas!

Navy Painted Furniture

Navy is the perfect color for painting furniture because it can add drama and sophistication to any space. Look at these amazing navy painted furniture ideas that are sure to inspire your next furniture makeover project!

What other colors pair well with navy blue furniture?

Navy blue is a beautiful color that can pair well with a variety of other colors. If you want to add some contrast to your navy blue furniture, consider pairing it with crisp white accents. This will create a clean and classic look.

You can also pair your navy pieces with other shades of blue, such as light blue or royal blue. This will create a cohesive and calming feel in your space. Additionally, shades of green, like sage or olive green, can also complement navy blue furniture and bring a touch of nature into your room.

For a bolder look, try pairing navy with bright colors like yellow or coral. This will add a playful and energetic vibe to your space. You can also go for metallic accents, such as gold or silver, to give your navy furniture a luxurious touch.

More Painted Furniture Resources

Gathering inspiration for your next project? Check out these other furniture makeover ideas so you can be fully ready to paint your furniture.

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3 Comments

  1. Rose Marie says:

    Hi! I have two end tables that I would like to paint navy blue…one is black and the other is dark brown/cherry wood. I am unsure if the navy will cover well without a primer. Do I need a primer? If yes, should I try the gray primer or can I use white, or use the clear shellac? I’m just confused how to begin. Thank you and I enjoy your blog/FB so much!!

    1. priming is always going to give you better results. I would use clear shellac or a tinted BIN primer so you aren’t going dark to white, then white to navy.

      1. Rose Marie says:

        Thank you so much for getting back to me! I truly appreciate your help!
        Hope they turn out well, keeping my fingers crossed!

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