Accessorizing a colorful room can end up being pretty costly. Especially when you are someone who gets bored and likes to change up the color palate frequently. Decorate that room on a budget, without sacrificing style by spray painting thrift store glass jars and containers to coordinate. The beauty of this tactic is that you get a big color bang for your buck, and when it is time for a change, you can just paint over your glass accessories!
- Glass containers/vases/dishes/jars from garage sales or thrift stores
- Krylon Indoor/ Outdoor and/or Krylon Dual spray paint
- Clean the glass with glass cleaner, removing any debris, and dry thoroughly with lint free towel. I got my glass at Goodwill on 50% off day and spent under $10!
- Spray paint with several light coats until you are satisfied with the coverage. I prefer Krylon Dual for this, as it has built in primer, but it doesn’t come in all that many colors as of yet. I used it for the white jars and tray shown. For the blue and yellow, I used Krylon Indoor/Outdoor in Ocean Breeze and Bright Idea that I had left over from other projects. I didn’t use primer first. Just sprayed several light coats, allowing paint to dry in between.