3 Ways to Upgrade Your Home Décor with Paint
New furniture and accessories can enhance the décor of any room in your home. Unfortunately, they can easily cost hundreds, even thousands of dollars.
Instead of purchasing new, why not upcycle the things you already have? You can transform a garage-sale chandelier into the centerpiece of your dining room – or turn a piece of furniture that’s been stored in the attic into something truly spectacular.
All you need is some paint and a little imagination to redecorate your home on a “real world budget.”
Here are a few decorating ideas from the color experts at Rust-Oleum:
1. Refinish and recycle old furniture. Home trends come and go, but giving chairs, tables, bookshelves, and other furniture a new finish is an easy way to keep them stylish for years to come.
Why not double your decorating dollars by using Rust-Oleum Ultra Cover 2X spray paint? It has double the coverage of other general purpose spray paints, so you can complete twice the number of projects. Tap into the latest home decorating trends by incorporating bright, rich colors such as Eden or Lagoon. Or, try neutral tones like Blossom White, Black, Dark Walnut or Nutmeg for a traditional look that’s sure to always be in style.
Ultra Cover 2X is available in over 70 different colors to suit any décor and allows you to achieve a high-end look on a low-end budget.
2. Light up your life with color. Painting lamps and chandeliers, and refinishing those outdated contractor-grade brass fixtures, is a great way to add a touch of the unexpected to any room without spending a small fortune. Try one textured metallic spray paint on your existing lamps or lighting fixtures to transform a bland, out-of-date room into a stylish, contemporary space. Multicolor textured and metallic finishes add depth, elegance and unmatched protection to any project inside and outside your home.
3. Liven up interiors with accent pieces. Colorful shelves, storage pieces, baskets, vases and other accent pieces are a great way to add energy to any room. Try spray-painting the things you have around the house with Rust-Oleum Universal. It works on any surface — wood, plastic, vinyl, wicker, glass, concrete, metal and more — making your decorating options endless.
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