Paint dining table and chairs with Rust-Oleum
Rust-Oleum spray paints offer a myriad of ways to transform old fashioned, secondhand or hand-me-down furniture. With just one can of Rust-Oleum you can turn a plain dining table set into modern piece that match the colours and style of your home. You will find the full range of Rust-Oleum products at your local Builders Warehouse.
You will find plenty of tips, tricks and techniques in our Rust-Oleum craft section for using Rust-Oleum spray paint on a variety of projects.
Rust-Oleum 2X gloss or satin spray paints allow you to easily an affordably transform old furniture. One can of spray paint costs around R80, but that one can will cover a lot of furniture. If you have never tried Rust-Oleum spray paint buy one can and try it out for yourself. The difference between your average spray paint and Rust-Oleum spray paint is the ratio of paint to solvent in the can. Rust-Oleum contains more paint and less solvent, meaning that a single can covers more - for less.
Some light sanding with 180-grit sandpaper, a coat of Rust-Oleum primer and a can or two of Rust-Oleum 2X satin lagoon and you can transform a dated dining table in a flash. And since any spray paint can easily be removed with Plascon RemovALL you don't have to worry about causing permanent damage to wood furniture!
If you prefer colours that are a tad more subtle and subdued, take a look at Rust-Oleum 2X french lilac, wildflower blue, stone grey and moss green and pair this with gloss or satin white.
Use Rust-Oleum Chalkboard spray or Rust-Oleum 2X flat back to transform a bargain side table. To create a lettered top for a table you can have a vinyl letter stencil made at most printers. Remove the backing and stick on the table before spraying with Rust-Oleum spray paint. Once dry remove the vinyl sticker to reveal the base colour.
Rust-Oleum 2X in gloss white transforms an old fashioned dining table and sideboard into a modern piece that will enhance and modern dining space. Add a touch of sophisticated glamour with a dash of Rust-Oleum Universal silver on the feet of your dining table, and pure gold on picture frames and decor accessories.
Add a gloss cranberry finish to add a splash of colour to an all-white dining room for an instant feature in an open plan dining space.
You can use Rust-Oleum 2X to lighten or darken wood furniture and still allow the grain to show through. After a light sanding spray on a coat of gloss kona brown or satin heirloom white.
Rust-Oleum spray paint allows you to choose from a wide range of colours and finishes for all types of furniture; from plastic to wood you can spray it with Rust-Oleum.