10 Unexpected Ways to Use Leftover Paint

Time to get that leftover paint out of your storage.

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Tint your cement decor

These cement vases looked incredible before, so just imagine how they’ll look with color.

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Give your stool a vintage vibe

Leftover paint is perfect for small furniture projects that have been sitting around.

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Make your own chalk paint

You’ll save tons of money by mixing your leftover paint with some baking soda.

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Add some colorful accents to your furniture

A small area with a pop of color can totally transform your old and boring armoire.

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Glam up your front door

Use the paint you have lying around for a bright and welcoming door.

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Get a sophisticated gallery wall

Painting the frames white helped unify this sparkly wall.

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Turn a table into playroom furniture

This boring table became the perfect place for arts and crafts.

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Transform a nightstand into a kitchen island

A new coat of paint was all this piece needed to turn it into a stunning island.

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Upgrade your bar stools

With a little bit of white and bronze paint, these bar stools got a whole new life.

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Revamp your garden bench

After a small paint job, this bench looks newly purchased.

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