From time to time we all end up very similar household accessories that lack personalisation but instead of hunting down unique items, why not take matters into your own hands.
Spray paint is not only a speedy way to update furniture and accessories, it is the perfect choice of paint when upcycling smaller, more interact items.
Take a look at the projects below to see just how easy it is to turn the basic and bland into something a little more creative.
Trigger fingers at the ready…
The buddha has become an on trend, must-have ornament in most homes. Transform your shop bought buddha by giving it a new feel with Rust-Oleum Textured Spray Paint in Pebble, Bleached Stone, Mineral Brown or Black Granite.
What was once a dated pine, chair is now a glossy black stool courtesy of Rust-Oleum Painter’s Touch in Gloss Black.
What is more ‘average’ than kitchen utensils? Even these small objects can turn into something more special with Rust-Oleum Painter’s Touch. We used Berry Pink, Sun Yellow and Deep Blue shades for our makeover above.
Lampshade seen better days? Get rid and instead focus on the lamp frame. We created this cool frame with a high gloss paint, Rust-Oleum Mode, in Hot Pink.
Bins needn’t be basic. This waster paper basket was brought up to date and given a hint of glamour with Rust-Oleum Metallic Spray Paint in Bright Copper.
Indoors or outdoors, this metal table stands out from the crowd with its sunny colour. We used Rust-Oleum Universal Spray Paint in Canary Yellow for extra impact.
We all have a white wicker basket but you can make yours unique by injecting colour. We used Rust-Oleum Mode in Celeste to achieve a long lasting, vibrant finish.