How to Upcycle with White Knight Paints



Tamara Maynes, stylist, wanted her Round Table to be dramatic, with a Visual Contrast. What better way to achieve this than with black and white! Monochrome magic ensued, not to mention expert precision when it came to creating the pattern with painters tape! Download the project sheet, and continue Tamara’s monochrome-drama in your next upcycle.

White Knights of the Round Table: Helen Edwards



Helen Edwards, Recycled Interiors, took on the Round Table challenge with her can-do attitude and created a bit of Boho beauty! If you have a plain timber table and chairs, that’s in need of a revamp and pop of colour, download Helen’s step-by-step guide to her White Knights of the Round Table project.

White Knights of the Round Table: Julie Paterson



Julie Paterson, Cloth Fabric, was inspired by, no surprise, a fabric off-cut, for this Round Table challenge. She worked with light layers of White Knight Squirts to create a layered affect that reflected the fabric. Download the step-by-step guide to recreate, Julie’s Banksia Red Stripe project.

White Knights of the Round Table: Sophie The



Sophie Thé, stylist, gave her all to create an entertaining-centrepiece-table. By all, we mean Sophie on the table with a handsaw! Her motto when it comes to upcycling is to “show off your style,” and this table lived up to that! Download the project sheet, and you too can have a centrepiece table.

White Knights of the Round Table: Tamara Maynes



Tamara Maynes, stylist, wanted her Round Table to be dramatic, with a Visual Contrast. What better way to achieve this than with black and white! Monochrome magic ensued, not to mention expert precision when it came to creating the pattern with painters tape! Download the project sheet, and continue Tamara’s monochrome-drama in your next upcycle.

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