Two years ago we did some renovations/remodeling to our main floor and we went very neutral with our paint choices and décor. I like to change up our décor and add color with the different seasons and holidays. In the past when I had certain bold colors for our walls and curtains (burgundies/pinks and forest green, don’t laugh.) I really didn’t like to put out pumpkins in the fall, or spring decorations because they really did not match our house. At Christmas I never wanted a touch of red it had to be burgundy. I really like having everything very neutral so I could make color changes with the change of seasons and holidays. For the spring and summer I have been adding the color green to our décor. So with a few pillows, accessories, and a little spray paint I am able to refresh the kitchen and family room. Well, I spray painted my broom! I am going to tell you how and why I did this.
Have you ever shopped for a broom? There is not a big verity of colors. I really like the broom I have, but I didn’t like the colors. (This is definitely my favorite broom. I bought it several years ago from Linens n Things.)
I found this green color spray paint that I really like and have used it to paint a
several few things. I realized the can said that you could use it on plastics and I decided to paint our broom. I have sprayed other brooms black for my garage in the past, but they were metal.
It was really easy and only took a few minutes.
Steps to paint a broom:
- Sand lightly so the paint will adhere well.
- Clean the broom well with a house hold cleaner and hose out the bristles well. (I use our trusty Basic H.)
- Spray paint.
It dries to the touch in 20 minutes.
It is that easy and now I have broom that matches our décor.
Do you like it? Comment below.
Here is another post on how I added a little green:
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