For our daughter’s bedroom makeover that I shared last week, I talked about how I transformed some of the furniture in her room. Today, I am sharing her newly spray painted furniture pieces with you guys. Spray painting furniture is a simple & inexpensive way to transform your old & thrift-ed furniture while making it look brand new without any paint brush marks!
Spray Painted Furniture Makeover
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In Audrey’s room, I spray painted a $35 desk I found at the thrift store & a nightstand that had previously been in Ben’s room.
We took the pieces to the garage first & sanded them down.
For the desk, I took off the old hardware & filled the holes.
We spray painted the desk & nightstand with Rust- Oleum spray paint. It is a classic Linen white color paint. Below, is the link to the paint we used,Rust-Oleum 302591 Chalked Spray Paint, 12 oz, Linen White/White
After 2 coats of spray paint we added a clear coat finish.
The white spray painted furniture match her new wrought iron bed perfectly!
I found these glass knobs on Amazon & liked them so much we added them to her farmhouse dresser as well. Here is the link to the knobs we ordered,10PCS 40MM Diamond Crystal Glass Cabinet Knobs Cupboard Drawer Pull Handle,3 Size Screws
We even added the glass knobs to Audrey’s newly painted desk.
They add just the right amount of glam to this girl’s bedroom!
We paired her desk with an upholstered chair from PB kids.
We could not be happier with how her room & newly refinished desk, nightstand turned out. If you missed Audrey’s bedroom you can check out the whole transformation, HERE.