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I think deep down I thought this was going to turn into a catastrophe that would never make it onto my blog, but to my shock and delight it turned out so incredible that it’s making me wish I had done this from the start! We don’t have flooring in this bathroom yet, I hadn’t even painted the walls yet. Somehow that misty overspray was able to float its way under the plastic in some spots.This bathroom will eventually be a gut job once we save all of our pennies, but I was tired of living with it in its current state and since a seamless surround is not in my near foreseeable future I figured I would give this a shot. Luckily, it wipes up pretty easily on the tile…the grout…This is a simple spray paint transformation to the light that hangs above my kitchen table. I like the warmth of gold over silver, bronze, or black, but a muted gold – not shiny anymore.I want to add more white with color pops and less black to the room. They were green when I bought them, then I glazed them yellow – then I sprayed them black about 6 years ago.*Update: Here is how I updated the chairs with some bright spray paint. I was going to spray paint it outside since I have been banned from spray painting in the garage since I unintentionally spray painted our cars, but I didn’t want any bugs to land on it while it dried as well as it looked like rain.The hardest part of the project was taking the light down and putting it back up. I ended up setting up a spray booth in my basement using a big box I got in the dumpster behind my local dollar store. I have been a little too cavalier in my spray painting ways –no more over-spray on surrounding objects – like cars. Here is a mini version of a simple spray painting booth – actually a box, but that is what we called it in display – a spray booth. If your object doesn’t have a flat bottom, use toothpicks, Popsicle sticks, whatever to raise it up so that you can easy move the piece your spraying without actually touching it.
I was so wrapped up in getting this project underway I never snapped a before photo.
While brass is currently “in”, this brass was old and dull.
Once we finished our fireplace makeover a couple weeks ago, the brown dull paint didn’t look good so I decided to purchase black satin high heat enamel that I found at Home Depot.
I purchased disposable foam & bristle brushes and simply painted thin layers over the existing brown/brass fireplace surround.
I found that using the foam brush was the easiest to apply. The directions said that it would be dry to the touch in a 4-6 hours but it was still tacky so I just let it dry for a full 24 hours before applying a 2nd coat.
Each transformation lasted a few years until I tired of it or they looked beat up.