Category: Spray Paint

Meet Lacey!

laceyI named this table Lacey because I used spray painted over lace to create the eye-catching top of this little, vintage cutie. Supposedly you can reuse the same lace over and over on other projects; I’ll let you know if that’s true when I do!  I honestly wrestled with this table for a while, it was one of my first projects. I originally spray painted this table gray and yellow and well, it looked foolish.  I wasn’t sure I could fix it, so I nearly gave it back to the thrift store. I’m glad I didn’t because it turned out adorable!  I didn’t have to strip it either, with chalk paint, you can simply paint over just about anything! @DecoArt Relic (gray) and Honor (blue)

Quick, easy and cheap deco update!

Candlebluewallmounts and candle holders are an easy way to change the look and feel of indoor and outdoor spaces.  When these metal sconces were originally purchased they were black, which was nice, but we knew that they could be spiced up.  The image of the two candle sconces was painted in our favorite spray paint and color… Surf Matte by @Krylon.  In our area we have difficulty finding this color and count on purchasing @JoAnn_Stores and @HobbyLobby. The sconces were then distressed with 100 grit sandpaper.

2in1candleholderThe single sconce was painted with Catalina Mist, Satin @Krylon and also distressed with sandpaper.  Hanging these gems on our dingy fence was certainly eye-catching–you should see them lit up at night!