Give An Ottoman A New Look With Spray Paint!

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Fabric & Vinyl Spray Paint
Scotch Guard

Check out this ottoman that was transformed using black ‘Fabric & Vinyl’ spray paint! I am in a group on Facebook called “Thrift Store and Garage Sale Up-Cycling Projects” I saw a post that was put up by Leah Cade of Charlotte, North Carolina. She said, that she  “Spray painted a newer ottoman my friend was getting rid of. ‘Fabric & Vinyl’ spray paint from Autozone in black 😱😱. Had no idea it would come out looking textured. So cool! Needed 3 cans and it still wouldn’t cover. Stepped back & said, no it’s covering but just showing the texture! Dries quick!! No primer. Just sprayed. Sealed with scotch guard. Feels a little stiff but perfect for coffee table ottoman.” Leah, also said, it took about an hour to dry and there was no lingering smell.

I absolutely agree, the textured look is so cool! I’m in love with this revamped gorgeous tufted ottoman. The style is much classier and gives it a more modern look…. Thank you Leah, for allowing me to share your project with my readers!  

A close-up of the repainted ottoman! Check out that textured design showing through!

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This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. Stacie

    It’s got that velvety look! I had no idea that furniture could be spray painted! Glad you mentioned it didn’t have a lingering smell – I was wondering about this when I first saw it.

    1. It does have a velvety look, oh, I love velvet! She did a great job 🙂 I’m glad there is no smell, that was one of my concerns too. It gives me so many ideas!

  2. Tami

    Would never have thought of trying this! Defiantly will now. Very cool!

  3. PJ

    Great idea! i have an ottoman just like this one!

  4. Lani

    This is my first time I visited this blog and I am really impressed at every post I have read. Lani Shurlock Weikert

  5. Gytha

    Paint mismatched flea-market finds a single unifying color or give identical chairs a new look by painting each a different shade. Choose a chalk-based paint to minimize prep work on chairs that may already be finished.

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