A Painted Floor Cloth


I love the punch of color that I got with this simple and inexpensive floor cloth. So easy to do! I like that I can hose it off and if I want, I can paint over it next year and change the color scheme! Check out my blog for full details!
I picked up a floor cloth from the hardware store.
I picked up a floor cloth from the hardware store.
I decided to go with a wide stripe of color
I decided to go with a wide stripe of color
Before painting the color, I treated the floor cloth with a polyurethane spray.
Before painting the color, I treated the floor cloth with a polyurethane spray.
My glue gun came in handy for hemming the edge.
My glue gun came in handy for hemming the edge.
The finished product!
The finished product!

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Carolyn Smith

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  • Diamondvalleygirl
    on May 3, 2015

    Carolyn, how do manage the wrinkling of the drop cloth rug? It seems like it would always be shifting where there is no furniture holding down. I am in need of a patio rug in burgundy, so I love this idea.

  • JoAnn LeBleu Joubert
    on Apr 16, 2018

    We are so windy here in NM best way to keep from blowing a way

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