Burgundy Patio Chair Before and After using Simply Spray Upholstery Paint
I purchased this sturdy wingback chair at a thrift store and wanted to give it a fresh look. I used 1 and a half cans of the Camel upholsery fabric spray dye. The legs I stained and sealed with polyeurothane. The fabric stayed nice and soft. Here are before and after photos.
So grateful I found this paint. It helped save my favorite upholstered chair from having to get tossed out. The old worn down fabric with stains is now made new again!
I love the look of the recliner. Can’t wait to finish the couch!
I was given a hand-me-down chair over 11 years ago that is oversized, soft, and comfortable. I could not handle getting rid of it but the cream color was worn out and stained. I discovered this fabric spray paint (on none other than Pinterest) and read incredible reviews so I decided it would be worth a shot to paint them.
I’ve been looking for a wingback chair for months! Found this $14 chair at my local thrift store and decided to try out fabric paint for the first time to see if I could do a little look for less!! This is coat one using 3 cans…i need 3 more cans in charcoal grey to finish this project . *
We just moved into a new home and inherited an old patio umbrella from the previous owners. It doesn’t match any of our own stuff. When I looked into replacing it, I discovered it’s a really good quality umbrella. We are strapped for cash after the move, so there was no way we could afford over $300
Our family has been restoring an older pontoon boat for the past several months. We found that the original canopy cover is still in remarkable shape for almost 30 years old, although faded from years of sun exposure. With new carpet and matching boat seats, the only thing that stood out like a sore thumb and showed the age of
I bought this reclining wing-back chair for $30 from a friend. I was able to repaint the stained fabric to this beautiful new navy color. I was painting a dark color over a light colored upholstery so it took about 5 cans of paint to fully cover the old. It turned out wonderfully and I am so happy I tried
This work-in-progress shot was taken by Kelly J. as he began his Fabric Spray Paint project of painting a pair of armchairs Charcoal Gray. You can change the color of armchairs, couches, love seats, cushions and more with Simply Spray Upholstery Paint. Changing the Color of Armchairs In this project, Kelly used our Charcoal Gray Upholstery Paint to change the color