Spray paint is such an amazing tool. It can spruce up just about anything in a quick, easy, inexpensive way. I’ve used it on several projects lately and wanted to show you what a difference a little spray paint can make.
These are probably some of the easiest DIYs I’ve done.
This is the “before” of my salt and pepper shakers. They stood out on my counter top and I didn’t want that.
So I just took them apart, taped off the insides, and used my brushed bronze spray paint and painted away.
The job took all of 5 minutes but isn’t it amazing what a little paint can do?
Now they blend in beautifully with the basket and my appliances.
Another spray paint project was my bathroom faucet. Now, let me say…I DO NOT KNOW HOW THIS WILL HOLD UP. I will let you know. My faucet looked really bad but I didn’t want to buy a new one yet. We’re hoping to make some bathroom renovations soon but for now I wanted a change so I figured I would give this a shot.
I cleaned it all really well and then got to work painting.
I put on about four coats of paint.
I don’t really expect this to be a long term fix but it makes it look better at least until we can get a new one.
I’ll keep you posted on how this holds up. I only did it two weeks ago but so far so good.
While I was in the bathroom with the spray paint I realized that my garbage can really stood out.
Not for long!!
It blends right in now doesn’t it?!
As I shared with you in my coffee corner post, I spray painted this basket to fit in with my kitchen colors.
So much better.
When I was working in my daughter’s room. I spray painted the matte of this picture white.
It was cream and I wanted it white to match her furniture.
The picture really doesn’t do it justice. It is white, white now as opposed to the cream that it was.
Another spray paint job was my vent covers.
The shiny brass looked outdated and worn.
Not any more!!
These were just a few of the recent spray paint jobs. I’m sure there will be more. Just remember when you want to spruce something, spray paint is a great option.