We’re more used to stained furniture these days, but if you want to add color to the room, why not paint the furniture? Today I want to share some ideas to fill your space with color – with painted chairs, see how to do it.
Get some old chairs and use different colors to transform them into modern and bold ones. Remember to rock different colors: blue, green, pink, red, yellow and others. You can’t match pastels for a vintage-inspired or shabby chic look, or try super bold colors to spice up a monochrome or neutral room. I love the idea of using the same chairs in different colors for a bold, modern look or creating an eclectic space with mismatched colors. Combine stains and bold colors – dye the legs and paint the chair yourself for a cool and contemporary look. If you are looking for a more sophisticated and vintage image, paint your chairs in creamy and off-white hues – they add elegance and take your home decor to a new level. If you don’t want to paint the whole chair, just dip the legs or the back and voila – you have a refreshed piece of furniture!
Color block and ombre chairs
If you want a more modern and bolder look, use the techniques currently trending: color blocking and ombre, or create a two-tone look. Ombre chairs give your space a new look – rock different hues from white to bold. This is an easy DIY project and you will enjoy the look. Color block chairs are also a cool and bold option to make the room more unique and catchy – try contrasting colors to make it catchier. Two-tone chairs are another cool idea that looks like color blocking, but a little softer – you just paint the legs in one shade and the chair itself in another. Get inspired by the bold and cool ideas below!