The Wild Roses furniture transfer from ReDesign with Prima is a beautiful finishing touch for smaller painted furniture projects like nightstands, accent tables and small cabinets. If you are just learning how to apply furniture transfers, you may feel a little overwhelmed by the process. (Am I right?) The Wild Roses furniture transfer is the perfect option for you.

Wild Roses | ReDesign with Prima | Furniture Transfer | For sale at All Things New Again | Leesburg VA

Instead of piecing together one large image, the Wild Roses furniture transfer features four smaller sheets. The sheets are about the size of a piece of notebook paper. I think these are much easier to apply!

Each sheet features a different rose design — and all four designs are gorgeous. You only need to purchase one transfer and you can create four beautiful projects.

Where can you buy ReDesign with Prima furniture transfers? Right here!

You can purchase ReDesign with Prima furniture transfers at our store All Things New Again in Leesburg, Virginia — or order online here.

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Here’s How We Used the Wild Roses Furniture Transfer

Project #1: Nightstand

Painted Furniture | Vintage Nightstand | White Furniture | Wild Roses furniture transfer | All Things New Again

You might have passed over this vintage nightstand if you saw what rough shape it was in when I found it. (See the before shot here.) I used Dixie Belle Paint Company‘s Fluff with Black Best Dang Wax on the details. It looked much better … but still a little blah. The first transfer fit the space on the nightstand door perfectly. It perked this piece right up with the elegant red blooms.

Tutorial: How to Apply ReDesign with Prima Furniture Transfers in 5 Easy Steps

Project #2: Vintage China Cabinet

Vintage Nightstand | Real Milk Paint | ReDesign with Prima | Painted Furniture

Cathy used the second Wild Roses furniture transfer as the inspiration for this china cabinet’s makeover. She chose Real Milk Paint Company’s Sage Gray to match the foliage on the transfer. First, she created loads of texture on this piece with one of ReDesign with Prima’s stick-and-style stencils and Chalk Paste, which gives stencils a raised texture. The transfer adds a pop of pretty pink to the piece. It creates a focal point while tying the entire look together perfectly.

Wild Roses furniture transfer | ReDesign with Prima

Project #3: Window

Upcycled Home Decor | Vintage Window | DIY | Home

Furniture transfers aren’t just for furniture! They can be used to accentuate a variety of home decor and craft projects. Cathy removed the glass door from another china cabinet she painted. Then she up cycled the door by painting it, adding a lace panel to the back and the third transfer. A new crystal knob completes the look.

Project #4: Hat Box

Vintage Hat Box | Upcycled Home Decor | ReDesign with Prima | Furniture Transfer

The fun part about up cycling is that pretty much anything can be transformed into beautiful home decor. Cathy gave a whole new life to this tired old hat box with paint and the last Wild Roses transfer. Look at it now!

There you have it … one Wild Roses furniture transfer, FOUR projects!

We hope our projects inspired you to give this gorgeous transfer a try. When you do, please share a photo in our new All Things New Again Artisans Group on Facebook. It’s free to join, open to everyone, and filled with lots of tutorials, ideas and encouragement for furniture artists of all skill levels.

Purchase ReDesign with Prima furniture transfers here.

Thank you for supporting our family-owned business!

~ Courtney

All Things New Again is a furniture boutique and paint studio located in Leesburg, VA (about an hour or so west of Washington, DC). We sell hand-painted furniture, home decor and several lines of paint and products to make your next project look amazing, including ReDesign with Prima furniture transfers. We also offer painting classes and workshops. See our current schedule here.


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