Upcycle Your House Decor and Add a Pop of Color With COLORSHOT

4 Materials
$12
1 Hour
Easy

Craving some extra color in your life? HGTV's Flip or Flop Vegas host Aubrey Marunde will show you how a few pops of color go a long way in adding personality to your space. All you need are COLORSHOT Premium Spray Paints! Whether your kitchen, your bedroom or your family space needs a little extra love, simple items on the counter or a side table can revive a room and pull the entire space together with color. For this tutorial, Aubrey found simple white ceramic items for the kitchen - a vase, canister and utensil holder - that she could instantly dress up with color, but you can use spray paint to breathe new life into items you already have around the house. Get creative! You'll save on spend AND you'll have fun new colors in your space.

Make sure your items are clean and free from dust and prints. As always when using spray paint, you'll want to work in a well-ventilated area.

If you're painting items that will be in the same space, you'll want to choose a color palette that vibes with your space, and colors that play nicely together! Need some help picking colors? Check out our  page for ideas!

Start by applying one light coat of spray paint to your items.

Continue applying coats of color until you are happy with the coverage.

Make sure you allow your items to dry completely before putting them to use!

How amazing do these finished pieces look?! See how easy it is to add vibrant pops of color to any space with COLORSHOT? Aubrey's tip: "Spray paint is the fastest and easiest way to change the look of something!"

Resources for this project:

COLORSHOT Premium Spray Paints - Emoji
COLORSHOT Premium Spray Paints - Aromatherapy
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  • Debra Jones Debra Jones on Mar 05, 2020

    Will this spray paint stay on the porcelain

    Since it is so glossy????

    No prep needed?

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  • Debbie Debbie on Mar 25, 2020

    Pretty will keep this in mind!

  • Johanne Palange Johanne Palange on Dec 29, 2020

    Pink and yellow kitchen tools? I love it. You are so artistic. By the way, there are some permanent food safe paints, like Martha Stuart's milk glass paint, but there are probably different brands out there as well. I have used Tremclad on ceramic lamp bases, and it held up very well.

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