Happy Friday! We've been on a bit of a flea market hunt lately and scoring great finds left and right. We wanted to show you a super easy way to update an old side table that may not be in great condition but still has a great shape. We've shown you how to transform an entryway mat, denim jacket, and backpack with splatter paint, and now we're showing you how to use it to make a vintage end table good as new. Here's what it looked like before...
1. Spray table with white spray paint and let dry for 1 hour.
2. Using any left over house paint you may have lying around, pour some into a plastic cup and add a little water to thin out the paint a bit. You will want to do this a little at a time so that the paint doesn't become too thin.
3. Dip your brush in the paint and use a flicking motion to splatter.
4. Let dry for 2 hours (especially if you have larger blobs of paint that may take longer).
Ta-dah! It's a fun splash of color for the living room, office, even a kid's room!
Sources: Benjamin Moore Banana Yellow paint, Eric Trine plant stand, vintage floor lamp, Ikea mirror, Lulie Wallace painting, Ikea shelf, Target pink vase, Urban Outfitters green jar,West Elm mint vase, Ikea orange vase, Target white vase, Target rhino figurine, Target elephant figurine, Poketo metal geo, Urban Outfitters day bed, Target pink stripe pillow, Lorena Canals blue pillow, Arro Home triangle pillow, Target faux fur throw blanket, Lorena Canals rug, Ikea pitcher, Ikea glass, Esselle SF coaster.