Don't Replace Your Ceiling Fan!! Repainted It!!


I had this ugly ceiling fan and didn't really want to spend money on a new one. Also knew I wasn't going to find the color scheme that I had going on in my kitchen. And so I tore it down and dismantled my fan
These are the blades, I took all the parts off!
I taped off my lightbulb sockets and began spraying it!
I did replace the globes as well.
So the ugly eyesore in my kitchen is now a beautiful color schemed asset to my kitchen!! This did end up costing about $60,
$50 was the new globes, and $10 in spray paint

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  • Vicki Bouska
    on Nov 3, 2017

    Have u done with Elmer's glue
  • Michelle
    on Jan 2, 2019

    Where did you get the globes?

    • Barbara B
      on Jan 28, 2019

      Check neighborhood thrift stores and also the local Habitat for Humanity Restore.

  • Jojo
    on Jun 18, 2019

    Did you prime the metal parts? Blades?

    what kind of paint did you use for each?

    • Raine
      on Oct 3, 2019

      My questions exactly, I was hoping you would get an answer.

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