acrylic latex paint
While the fabric is still damp, apply the first coat of paint. One of the keys to keeping the fabric soft is to use diluted paint, and paint multiple coats. I diluted the Sherwin Williams acrylic latex paint in the following ratio: 3 cups of paint to 2 cups of water.
Here are more directions: https://www.apieceofrainbow.com/paint-upholstery-fabric-chair/#:~:text=While%20the%20fabric%20is%20still,to%202%20cups%20of%20water.
You can use a fabric paint, latex paint, acrylic, and vinyl if it suits your purpose. You have to read the labels to see what will work best for your project. The paints come in spray and brush on. Here is a good link to help you make your choice:
Here is a tutorial on how to paint fabric on furniture:
here is some info Clara
Here's a great step by step! https://www.hometalk.com/3472956/the-painted-fabric-chairs
This may help: https://www.hometalk.com/27201758/painted-sofa
Here is how to paint it and keep it soft: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwEz633cwQQ
Hi Clara: Here are 2 sites that show what paint to use and how to use it.
I've seen people use chalk paint, I haven't tried it myself.
Hello. Here are some links that might be helpful personally I have not done this project.
How To Paint Your Old Couch + Paint That Acts Like Faux Leather DIY | Hometalk
Spray surface first with water,(Helps fabric absorb) then use Chalk Paint. When completely dry seal with Clear or antique wax.
Chalk paint with a primer first
Thank you do you wax them after, if so what is the name of the wax?