r: both; text-align: center;”>After seeing those babies I finally decided on painting the chairs turquoise. Nothing too fancy like the dipped legs of the one photo and nothing quite as bold as the hot pink chair, but they make a statement none the less. And the best part was other than finding the time to actually do the painting, is it was SO simple.
***Hey all it's Mandy again, just stoppin over for a quick little Thursday project***
So we all know Pinterst is the bomb right? I don't really need to expound on that. Since I am currently in process of moving into an apartment I can already see many many projects from Pinterst in my near future. Today I am here to share the first one with you.
I have always known that when it comes to a kitchen table that I didn't want your standard fare. It used to be that I wanted all mismatched chairs to add more character, then I wanted all different colored chairs….and just like that my mind was constantly changing. Until I found these two pins:
1. First is the chairs that I started with: a great find by Lindsey who stored them for me till I moved.
2. Next you get a beautiful action shot, just in case you didn't know what spray painting was.
3. The tools: I decided to do a coat of primer first, since I was using a lighter color paint I wanted to make sure it went on even, and lasts longer.
4. The finished project….or half of it since there are four chairs really.
I love the way the turned out, they will add a great pop of color to my home, now I just need to get a table to use them at.
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