Spray Color Brass
I bought a number of these brass-like fittings from the hotel liquidation store. These were $2.50 each – is it possible to believe it!! I got to choose through them to get ones who is fit but they were really worth it. In the event that you’re actually in Forsyth Georgia, make sure to stop by Money Liquidations.
Right here’s my associate Rowdy, looking into the brass light fittings. I should provide him the sand papers so he is able to sand another one.
(Rowdy will be my Mama’s doggie, she moved directly into our farmhouse cottage lately. Murphy is loving getting another puppy around.)
- Prep – Gently sand the fixture with 120-220 grit sand document.
- Wrap locations that you don’t need spray painted with painters tape.
- Spray color according to the instructions on the can. Believe me with this one. If it states it is possible to re-coat after 1 hour or 24 hrs, be sure to perform that!
This is so basic and makes an enormous difference in the appearance of the lighting. The flat black color helps it be looks more expensive compared to the shiny phony brass. For this task I utilized the Rust-oleum 2X color and primer in toned black. It covered excellent!
Our downstairs guest room isn’t massive and hanging these lighting above the mattress was ideal for saving room on the night time stands.
I’m slowly working my method around the house attempting to give each area a little farmhouse character. Given that we finished the trunk porch task and the farmhouse cottage, I could get occupied with the primary house. Many everything in here’s from my prior guest room, including the best cow art.
The flat dark spray paint on the shiny brass can make them look nearly like wrought iron.
Whenever we very first moved in, the complete room was natural and organic wooden, I had the wall space painted because I sensed like I had been in a cabin in Montana! Several people explained that I was insane for painting that amazing wood, nevertheless, you know what? I really like it!!