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I can’t believe how spray painting the dining chairs changed the room! For smaller amounts follow the thinning directions included with the sprayer or just play around with it, like I did.3.
That is until last weekend when Barry asked, when are you going to paint the dining room furniture and I said…if you will remove the cushions, I guess I’ll paint the chairs today. I mixed up the max amount, after all I was painting 6 chairs.
I’m no expert at painting so I won’t give you a tutorial (there are plenty of other resources for that), but I did use one tip from Pinterest.
I poured some paint into a plastic cup and then slipped a rubber band over the top to help wipe off the extra paint from the brush. Here are a couple action shots of the sanding and painting process: The last step in the project was recovering the cushions.
Then Ben used the staple gun to staple the fabric to the bottom of the cushion.
We had the hardest time with the corners and they’re not perfect but they still look pretty good.
Well, I finally got around to the makeover and I am thrilled with the results!
And if you are like me and find that you missed a few spots after you’ve cleaned up, just use a paint brush.5. After the chairs have dried, wax with Maison Blanche Lime Wax or top-coat of your choice.
Tips: Because the paint dries quick, I finished the project the same day.
I was able to sell my glass-top table for on Craig’s List. ) My initial thought for this set was that I would stain the table top dark/espresso to help bring my very open concept dining/living/kitchen together since my living room has two dark pieces. Then I was going to paint the base of the table and the chairs Annie Sloan’s Old White to match my hutch.
One of them is my desk: May I have your attention: My desk is no longer black…see the makeover HERE. , because I wasn’t really feeling the stain idea after I brought it home, I dreamed up the most fabulous paint treatment in my head. You know how you just get a feeling when something feels right? Well I shared my plan with my mom and my MIL who unanimously agreed I should stain the table.
If you’re going to stop painting for 30 minutes or more, I would wash the sprayer completely and start over when you’re ready.