So, many years ago I purchased a lamp. It wasn't terrible, but it could use a coat of paint. I kept meaning to paint it...then I would forget again. I finally had a free moment and decided to get to spraying.
This is the lamp. I got it from goodwill, I think. Which has gotten a little full of itself in recent days. So expensive. I could get things brand new for a few dollars more. But I digress. Anyways, the lamp. It had a slight green tint to it, and several discolored, minorly rusted spots.
Do you love the tinfoil? I couldn't find the tape...so I went with what I had.
I grabbed my flat black spray paint and my handy spray paint trigger thing. I love it. It looks like this:
Much easier on the fingers. And slightly less paint on them as well. I cut up a paper bag to use under the lamp and got to spraying. It turned out pretty well.
I then proceeded to spray paint these lovely drawer pulls that will be part of a future remodel.
They turned out brilliant! I am really pleased with how much better they look! I cannot wait to finish this project!