Spray Painting Ideas.
Take your existing kitchen cabinet doors and transform them with spray paint for a fraction of the price of replacing them! Rust-Oleum Mode spray paint delivers this highly sought-after finish without the designer price tag.
With a lick of paint and a bit of imagination (or access to a Pinterest account) it’s easy to fill your home with bespoke pieces tailored to your personal taste.
It’s a common thought among those of us who dip in and out of DIY that metal is somewhat a resistant material when it comes to attempting to refresh and restore furniture. But it’s actually much easier than you think.
Summertime, short and sweet as it may be, is the perfect opportunity for digging out the garden furniture for a spot of Al-Fresco dining.
Give wooden furniture a certified ‘made by me’ stamp and satisfy your passion for customisation by giving it a new lease of life.
Shabby Chic Furniture
Not too long ago our interiors were about clean minimalism and bright airy spaces, born from the pre-recession ideology that the minimal look equates to luxury.
A quick paint job is a convenient way to improve the appearance of old appliances, even washing machines, that have been marked or have become discoloured over time.
Rusty metalware such as locks, handles and hinges from cabinets, trunks and cases can be given a new lease of life with RUST-OLEUM Rust Reformer and RUST-OLEUM Universal spray paint in your preferred finish.
Plastic Plant Pots
Forget spending a fortune on new plant pots season after season. This how-to is guaranteed to add a burst of colour to your garden all year round.
From the paint we use to the technique and colour theme, updating furniture and home accessories provides us with endless possibilities.
Giving picture frames a quick spray paint is a great way to tie them into your interior scheme. And add a sprinkle of colour into rooms.
Painting a wicker basket is child’s play with spray paint. It covers quickly and gets into all of the hard to reach places a brush would struggle with.
Turn and old, unwanted rocking chair into something truly bespoke. From children’s bedrooms to a relaxing reading corner – upcycling a rocking chair can transform any area in the home into your new favourite spot.
The opportunity to get creative, no matter how small your space, is always there.
Paint A Tray
Serve up your culinary creations in style on a tray painted in a colour that compliments your kitchen and crockery.
This original old-fashioned coffee table was a great charity shop find and at just £4, a total bargain too.