26 April, 2015

Trend Alert : DIY Dipped Furniture











DIY Dip Dyed Furniture
I know I know…it is the ‘new’ thing and we don’t want to over do it….but…it’s just so fabulous that I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to chat about furniture dipped in paint!!!!

Easy to do and easy to change back when you get sick of it!

Some quick tips:
Step 1: Grab a piece of furniture you’re wanting to pretty up. A chair might be the easiest to start with.


Step 2: Choose your paint and go to your local hardware store to buy it – glossy paint is always best, find the best quality neon/pastel acrylic paint you can. Depending on the type of furniture spray paint might be the best and most convenient option (and more fun!).

Step 3: Put tape where you want you’re your new colour to start (make sure your under coat is well and truly dry before you do this).

Step 4: Now, go to town and enjoy….feel free to use a sponge to spot the paint onto your piece and touch up with a brush later to avoid heavy brush strokes

TIP: Check antique or op shops for older chairs or stools that you can play around with.

You will always find a place for something you love!!!
- See more at: http://showandtellonline.com.au/home-love/diy-time-step-by-step-tips-on-how-to-paint-dip-your-furniture#sthash.XQeul24x.dpuf
I know I know…it is the ‘new’ thing and we don’t want to over do it….but…it’s just so fabulous that I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to chat about furniture dipped in paint!!!!

Easy to do and easy to change back when you get sick of it!

Some quick tips:
Step 1: Grab a piece of furniture you’re wanting to pretty up. A chair might be the easiest to start with.


Step 2: Choose your paint and go to your local hardware store to buy it – glossy paint is always best, find the best quality neon/pastel acrylic paint you can. Depending on the type of furniture spray paint might be the best and most convenient option (and more fun!).

Step 3: Put tape where you want you’re your new colour to start (make sure your under coat is well and truly dry before you do this).

Step 4: Now, go to town and enjoy….feel free to use a sponge to spot the paint onto your piece and touch up with a brush later to avoid heavy brush strokes

TIP: Check antique or op shops for older chairs or stools that you can play around with.

You will always find a place for something you love!!!
- See more at: http://showandtellonline.com.au/home-love/diy-time-step-by-step-tips-on-how-to-paint-dip-your-furniture#sthash.XQeul24x.dpuf

I know I know…it is the ‘next big’ thing and we don’t want to over do it….but…it’s just so fabulous that I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to chat about furniture dipped in paint!!!!
Easy to do and easy to change back when you get sick of it!

 Here are some quick tips:

Step 1: Grab a piece of furniture you’re wanting to pretty up. A chair might be the easiest to start with.

Step 2: Choose your paint and go to your local hardware store to buy it – glossy paint is always best, find the best quality neon/pastel acrylic paint you can. Depending on the type of furniture spray paint might be the best and most convenient option (and more fun!).

Step 3: Put tape where you want you’re your new colour to start (make sure your under coat is well and truly dry before you do this).

Step 4: Now, go to town and enjoy….feel free to use a sponge to spot the paint onto your piece and touch up with a brush later to avoid heavy brush strokes

 TIP: Check antique or op shops for older chairs or stools that you can play around with.

You will always find a place for something you love!!
I know I know…it is the ‘new’ thing and we don’t want to over do it….but…it’s just so fabulous that I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to chat about furniture dipped in paint!!!!

Easy to do and easy to change back when you get sick of it!

Some quick tips:
Step 1: Grab a piece of furniture you’re wanting to pretty up. A chair might be the easiest to start with.


Step 2: Choose your paint and go to your local hardware store to buy it – glossy paint is always best, find the best quality neon/pastel acrylic paint you can. Depending on the type of furniture spray paint might be the best and most convenient option (and more fun!).

Step 3: Put tape where you want you’re your new colour to start (make sure your under coat is well and truly dry before you do this).

Step 4: Now, go to town and enjoy….feel free to use a sponge to spot the paint onto your piece and touch up with a brush later to avoid heavy brush strokes

TIP: Check antique or op shops for older chairs or stools that you can play around with.

You will always find a place for something you love!!!
- See more at: http://showandtellonline.com.au/home-love/diy-time-step-by-step-tips-on-how-to-paint-dip-your-furniture#sthash.XQeul24x.dpuf

Melissah xox

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1 comments:

Beauty Follower said...

I kind of liking this!

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