It is amazing what paint can do. I am sharing 7 paint projects to update your home. Using paint to redo items in your home is such a smart way to update your home without overspending.
I love to take an item in my home and repaint it before I go purchase a new item. It almost always results in me liking my item better than what I see in the stores. These 7 projects are perfect examples of this.
The first project is a Buffalo Check floor that I painted. The floor was a dirty brown tile and I used paint and painters tape to update the floor without having to purchase a new floor. You can visit the post for the tutorial. You can also visit each link below to get the tutorial for each project.
Rebecca, from Hello Central Home used DIY custom wall decals to update this wall along with other supplies that you probably have at home!
This beautiful side table is created by Kippa At Home. Chalk paint offers the easiest way to give your furniture a makeover. Out-of-date and ugly finishes can be covered and look new again with these simple techniques. This is a perfect example of something being prettier than something that you would purchase.
Wouldn’t you love for your garage floors to be this pretty? I have painted concrete floors before and it isn’t hard at all and the results from Two Feet First are amazing.
This little basket from Toni at Girl, Just DIY looks brand new and all she did was use paint and beads. The original basket fit perfect but she wanted a new look. Very clever!
Go look at the before pictures of these chairs. Repurpose and Recycle completely changed the look of these chairs with a pretty color of paint. I see these chairs all the time at thrift stores.
In conclusion, there is power in paint. Once you start updating items in your home with paint, you can’t stop. The best part is that it will save your family money. I always say, a beautiful home is not worth going in debt for. Update what you already have first.
I hope the 7 paint projects to update your home will inspire you to take an item and change it with paint.