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DIY Spray Painted Boys Desk

Compensation was provided by Ace Hardware via Mode Media.

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Hi all, It has been so fun continuing this on-going series with Ace Hardware, in updating my home and/or furniture pieces. With that said, today I am excited to share a super easy facelift, upcycle, DIY, whatever you want to label it. The bottom line is that a couple cans of spray paint can go far, turning something from frumpy to fabulous. I have had this particular desk/table for years. It occupied a few places in our previous rental, but has since become our son’s desk when we moved into our home last fall. I have never cared for it’s original color or texture, but knew some great spray paint from Ace Hardware would do the trick. I alway’s, always get Rustoleum Painter’ Touch 2x with Paint and Primer. It is always my go-to spray paint, because Rustoleum 2x: 2X spray paints let you polish off your project with an easy-to-apply, smooth finish with excellent coverage. Boom, Who doesn’t want that? Plus these spray paints dry fast to save you time and come in 50+ colors and a variety of sheens so you can get exactly the look you want.

All I did to prep my son’s desk, was wipe it down with a lightly damp microfiber cloth. Once it was completely dust free and dry, I began spray painting. I took about 2 1/2 cans to get every spot, crevice, etc. I have to say that this is my new favorite color. I almost have this same color on a cute shelf in my kitchen and on a wall in my living room. This color is a blue-grey, called slate blue. I adore it and it works great for both a boy’s room or as a versitle neutral. Anyway, it was as simple re-vamp and I think it pulls together the rest of my son’s room and I love it.

Let’s take a look. 

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My son is very happy with his room, so that makes me double happy. Thank you all for checking out today's simple re-vamp post. Also, as I have shared in a previous post my daughters dresser reveal will finally be next, along with her painted and decorated wall. I know I have mentioned her dresser before but this will finally be it, and I am so excited about it. Rust-Oleum 2x spray paints let you polish off your project with an easy-to- apply, smooth finish with excellent coverage. These spray paints dry fast to save you time and come in 50+ colors and a variety of sheens so you can get exactly the look you want.

Thank you all for checking out today’s simple re-vamp post.



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