Spray paint season is here! :)
It's now the time to grab those spray cans and drab looking items, and head outdoors. Yep. That's what I'm planning on doing the following weeks.
Isn't it great when just by spray painting something you give it a new life!
Well, today I have a round up of easy spray painted projects I've done, and I hope you get inspired to go and do you own transformations!
One of my first before and after painting projects was these pair of gigantic metal lamps. In white they look so much better I'm still using them in this room.
After 25 years of being used as wall art, this $2 flea market find was put to good use. Purple spray paint and fabric did wonders to this wooden tray.
$20 was the price I paid for a set of four of these chairs. After spray painting them that value went way up. The full spray painting tutorial is right here.
As you know, spray paint can be used on many surfaces. I'm still smitten at how good these plastic placemats look and feel after being spray painted. They were used on my last year's Easter table HERE.
Once again a pair of lamps where given the spray painted treatment. This time, a pair of cheap glass lamps, the end result not as cheap looking as the before. ;)
Sometimes new items are the ones that need to be spruced up. I loved this baskets but they were too plain for my liking. Some tags and spray painted stripes were the solution. You can check how to do it right here.
A behind the door shelf was given a contrasting color, it couldn't be any easier than by using spray paint.
Decorative arrows were spray painted to give them a rustic look...
Just the same as was done to this DIY metal basket.
Finally, I was surprised of how good and easy was to spray paint fabric! This patriotic banner was lightly painted in less than five minutes.
Do you love spray paint? What's the next project you have in mind?
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