I love the mismatched chairs all painted the same colour -- and the white table which looks almost like our dining room table.
My dad found us four or five chairs (I don't remember exactly, and I don't feel like trotting all over the house to figure is out for sure)one day sitting at the roadside. (No someone wasn't moving and forgot them. :o) It was garbage day.) One chair doesn't match the rest. It's more petite.
You've read about The Chair here, here, and here, so I thought perhaps I should let you see what I am talking about.
I sprayed it. With spray paint.
This red one resides in Peach's room (you will see her room in a later post). It's the more petite one. I love how the wood grain shows through on this one.
I sprayed painted them both on the same beautiful autumn day. I love spray paint because it's so easy to use. Depending on the size of your project however, it could get a little pricey. Each of these chairs used about a can and a half of paint. The other drawback? You need a fairly large space or a non-windy, non-weed seed carrying day, because if you don't you will find paint everywhere, even if you use a big drop cloth, and there will be strange things stuck to your painting project. Trust me, I know!
What is your take on spray paint? Yes? No? What do you use it on?