Last year I shared my Craft Room Reveal as well as my Two-Tone Chair Makeover for my desk and I am still just as in love with these projects as I was the first day. My daughter and I spend A LOT of time in the craft room. This is where I work on projects for the blog, sign orders from my shop, and it’s also where we homeschool most days. That being said, I needed more seating in this room… rather than having to drag another chair in from the dining room. And because I’m
cheap frugal, I decided to use what I had already. Let’s bust out the spray paint and do a Folding Chair Makeover!
She’s so pretty, isn’t she? I promis you that she was NOT pretty at all before…
Ew, right?! All I did was grab a few cans of my favorite colors of spray paint, a damp rag to clean the chair up, and a drop cloth to put the chair on while I painted it outside.
I used Rustoleum, which has a primer in it, but if your paint does not have a primer in it, I highly recommend primering your chair first. This while ensure that the paint on your chair will last much longer.
After I painted the entire chair twice and allowed dry time, I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut out a vinyl heart. I applied it to the chair and painted the inside (by hand) pink. Because well… pink hearts.
There’s one more folding chair out in my garage that I’m planning to makeover as well. Pretty much nothing is safe from pretty paint in my house. The after is just SO much better than before, you can’t help but #paintallthethings.
Do you love to paint as much as I do? What’s your current favorite color?