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  • Writer's pictureLiviu Nicolae Serban

An unconventional guide on Furniture Painting

Furniture painting has never been easy, but if you are looking for a unique way to update your living room decor, there are many different ways that you could go. For example, you could paint your furniture the same colors that are in your walls or simply put up photos of your favorite artists’ work instead of taking the materials home with you. This article is an unconventional guide on furniture painting, full of creative ideas for how to make this task easier and less tedious.

Reasons to paint your furniture

Painting your furniture can transform your space. It also gives you the chance to pick a new color palette that complements the rest of your room. Whether you want something vibrant or soothing, there are so many beautiful shades to choose from. Plus, painting furniture only takes an afternoon!

Types of furniture that can be painted

A furniture painting can be done on any type of furniture that has a solid surface. The most common pieces of furniture that are often painted are tables, pedestals, chairs, cabinets and shelves.

Tips for painting your own furniture

Discusses how to paint dinnerware, wall art, fine art, and furniture. The author discusses the array of topics that are covered in this article including the times it is appropriate to paint certain types of surfaces each day, prepping your painting project for success, with professional help if necessary.

Images and inspiration within the guide

If you happen to be looking for beach furniture or trying to renovate an old piece of furniture, it can seem hard not get overwhelmed by the number of different types of materials and colors you may find. Now, even though there is an abundance of options when it comes to painting your furniture, if you know what looks best painted on each material and what time period the design looks good over, you will be able to create exceptional pieces that both look great and serve their purpose.

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