I hardly ever prime real wood, but I definitely prime anything that is fake or veneer.
I used Rustoleum Black Satin spray paint on these, but any brand will do.
Not always easy to do if there is any wind outside. So, do you have something that needs a can of black spray paint to renew and revive? I'm Rhoda, from Atlanta, GA and I love decorating and DIY projects.
I prefer to do 2 light coats, letting them dry in between. After they are good and dry, I took the sander to the edges. Decorating a home doesn't have to cost a fortune and I've spent years thrifting at antiques markets and yard sales, finding those treasures that make a home unique.
These 2 harp back chairs are yardsale finds (of course, they are!
) and I’ve enjoyed them in their brown state for a few years now, but have lately been eyeing them with black on the brain. First, you take off the seats by unscrewing those 4 screws.
You want to distress in the areas that would most likely wear with age, like the rails, top and edge of the legs. The chairs are back in place and I’m happy with them. I'm here to inspire and encourage other women to find their own inner creativity.