10 Unexpected Ways to Use Leftover Paint

Time to get that leftover paint out of your storage.

By Hometalk Highlights

Tint your cement decor

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

Give your stool a vintage vibe

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

Make your own chalk paint

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

Add some colorful accents to your furniture

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

Glam up your front door

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

Get a sophisticated gallery wall

Painting the frames white helped unify this sparkly wall.

Turn a table into playroom furniture

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

Transform a nightstand into a kitchen island

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

Upgrade your bar stools

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

Revamp your garden bench

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