I have a new favorite spray paint…
I started out with one project this spring using Rustoleum’s Painter’s Touch Ultra Cover 2x Spray Paint, and was so happy with the color selection and coverage I have now completed several small projects. This paint is great because the it is primer and paint in one, and I have been so happy with the finish! With all the paint I have purchased, a few associates at my local Home Depot have been curious about each new project every time I’ve come in for more. At less than four dollars a can, it has been a very easy and affordable way to add color to my indoor and outdoor decor.
I wanted to feature my small projects as a color guide, which will hopefully inspire your next project.
I started with refreshing my ladder garden with a new color…
Then I found another wooden ladder and quickly added a coat of paint for a nice spring color!
I found this tall bronze vase at a used furniture shop for $8.00. The yellow spray paint gave it a nice shiny finish and added some color to my mantel. Now that it’s yellow with little round circles, we’ve named it SpongeBob.
I updated this old plastic frame with a nice turquoise color. I am thinking of using it to display one of my children’s fun art projects.
I gave my neighbor’s patio furniture a new finish. It was so easy, and no primer was necessary since it’s paint and primer in one!
I wanted to use my Grandmother’s old flower pots but wanted a different color. I thought about a brighter color but thought the flowers (that I’m still waiting for) would give it plenty of color. I wanted a galvanized steel look and this pretty gray color was close. I painted the saucers black for a little contrast. Now that the flower pots look nice, I want to get started painting the front porch.
After two summers in the sun, the pink color on my small bicycle flower pot stand faded. This pink color brightened it up again…
And, these glass Sprite bottles for a few outdoor vases…just because I was having fun!
I have a few more colors for other projects I have in mind…so I should have more projects to feature soon!