I got a pretty flower arrangement in an orange flower pot awhile back.
It was a cute flower pot, but I’m not the biggest fan of orange.
So I gave it a little paint for a new look.
Of course, I picked green spray paint – my favorite color!
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Supply list for a flower pot makeover:
- Spray paint, I used Rust-Oleum’s Ultra Cover Paint + Primer Satin Green Apple
- Painter’s tape
- Drop cloth or tarp
I love this green color! I also used it on the tray I recently painted.
How to spray paint a flower pot:
1. Tape off any trim you don’t want to paint.
I liked the white trim at the top and wanted to keep it.
Taping around the curve of the flower pot was the worst part of this project. Taping on a curve always takes some time! (Update: I found this painter’s tape that is AWESOME for taping on a curve!)
2. Spray paint the flower pot.
Spray painting was fun – and took just a few minutes!
3. Let it dry and then do a second coat for full coverage.
GET THE LOOK:
Since a popular question I get is “Where’d you get that?!,” here are links to the same or similar sources:
- Wall color: Camelback by Sherwin Williams
- Counters: Blanco Canvas quartz
- Window valances (DIY)
- Curtain rods here, but they’re not always available. These are similar.
- Curtain clip rings
- Red cushions
- Cabinet handles
Have you spray painted anything lately?
For more spray painting projects, check these out:
- Fourth of July DIY silverware jars
- An easy dresser makeover with spray paint and new hardware
- How to spray paint a nightstand
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