Spray Painted Wall Art

I have found spray paint to be my best friend and favorite tool when it comes to transforming home decor. I know I’ve talked about being on a limited budget and therefore transform a lot of inexpensive pieces with paint, but you don’t have to be on a limited budget to save money. I think we all want to spend less when it’s an option. I love how this Spray Painted Wall Art turned out and that it now fits perfectly in my bedroom.

Spray Painted Wall Art

I bought these pieces from Hobby Lobby at 80% off. I didn’t really mind the way they were finished. They would’ve fit perfectly in the living room but I needed to change them up for my bedroom. Sometimes you have to be patient when it comes to finding pieces for your home, I have had my eye on these for a couple months but didn’t want to pay the price.

Wall Art before.1

Since I am renting and we have really strict home owners we aren’t allowed to put nail holes in the walls (which is pretty funny because the walls are awful). Anyway, I took the the hooks off the back and used removable velcro strips to hang them up.

Wall Art hangers.1

The paint I used is paint and primer in one but since I was starting so dark and going light I decided to use a light coat of white primer.

Wall Art primer.1

I used Rust-oleum Matte Robin’s Egg Paint and Primer in One. This color is amazing and I love the matte finish. The trigger sprayer makes getting a smooth finish so easy. This is not an advertisment, I just love this spray paint! I use what I have around the house to keep what I’m painting off the ground and to make sure I get paint on the whole piece. I usually use tacks on small pieces like frames.

Wall Art spray paint.1

I don’t usually worry about painting the back of things but since this has cutouts I needed too.

Wall Art close up.1

I am so happy with how these turned out. I had thought about painting them 2 colors like they were originally, but I’m happy I chose to paint them one color now.

Wall Art painted.1

The bedroom is a work in progress. I know there are some people that can transform a space all at one time, but it’s just not an option for me. I’m sure some of you are in the same boat, so I hope you will enjoy the process with me as I transform my bedroom a little at a time.

Wall Art painted master bedroom.1

Let’s talk about that yellow pillow in the front next post. You won’t want to miss it!

Wall Art master bedroom above bed.1

Check out the cork board I transformed for the bedroom earlier. Click over for tutorial.

Fabric Covered Cork Board 3.1

 

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{ 3 comments… add one }
  • Georgia July 17, 2015, 12:57 am

    These are amazing!! Absolutely love the color you chose. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  • Cathie July 17, 2015, 10:31 am

    Oh, I just love this. And good looking out on that sale!

  • erte prints July 28, 2015, 5:58 am

    Spray Painted Wall Art,it is very nice; of course, home decoration can also buy cheap canvas print!

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