You can easily transform any surface using Modern Masters Paints! I was not about to run out and purchase new bar stools, and I knew there was an easy way to transform them into the vision I had in mind. Our home is always evolving, but that doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune on new furniture and decor to get that look you desire.
Last year, we decided to add decorative tile to our kitchen island and while it turned out perfectly, our bar stools didn’t match. At the prices of bar stools these days, I knew I could easily change the color to get that look I had in mind. I am thrilled with the results!
For all you creative DIYers you will love this easy solution to transform just about any surface in your home. Modern Masters Matte Metallic paints can be brushed, rolled, or spray applied onto any paintable, properly primed, interior surfaces such as walls, ceilings, columns, trim, doors, furniture, and paintable wall coverings.
I used Antique Bronze to get the painting party started!
Modern Masters continued focus on metallic finishes has made them a global leader in decorative, metallic paints. Their Metallic Paint Collection products are available in over 4,000 paint retailers throughout North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. When it comes to choosing a metallic paint for a do-it-yourself project to a large architectural specification, Modern Masters has a metallic paint suitable for the job!
The colors are vibrant, durable, and cover like a dream.
This was my bar stool before – you can see how the contrast was off paired with my bronze tiles when they were silver.
I started with a good primer first. It only took one coat which was easy to apply. When painting any metal surface, you’ll always want a good primer. Untreated metal requires a coat of primer to seal it from exposure before any topical paint may be applied. It also creates a clean white canvas for your color to pop!
Once the primer dried completed, I applied two coats of Modern Masters paint. Two coats provided perfect coverage.
Don’t forget to remove any seat cushions before you start to paint. They generally remove easily with the removal of a few simple screws as mine did below.
I love my newly transformed bar stools now!
I love how they match perfectly with my kitchen island now.
This post is sponsored by Modern Masters line of metallic paints for your crafting and decorating ideas. All opinions are my own.
You can easily get the look you desire with Modern Masters line of products. I have so many other projects lined up. I can hardly wait to dig my heels in and get started!
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