Chalk-paint-lamp-base, this was a simple and fun project with a great result! below is a before picture of the lamp. this lamp was at my father's house. he passed away almost two years ago. 😢 originally, it had a red lampshade. below is a picture after chalk painting. i was unsure about chalk painting a metal lamp, but i thought . .. Dec 28, 2018 - explore ua2f's board "chalk painted lamps" on pinterest. see more ideas about chalk paint, chalk, painted furniture., jun 3, 2014 - explore rebecca's board "chalk paint lamp makeovers", followed by 135 people on pinterest. see more ideas about painting lamps, chalk paint, chalk..
If you’ve ever wondered what else you can use chalk paint for besides wood furniture, here’s your answer. in my search for a perfect lamp for my front room, i fell in love with the yellow glass globe, the shape, and especially the price on this $6.99 treasure at goodwill. what i didn’t love was the mystery metal (brass maybe?) that the base is made from., color: white brand: kenroy/hunter lighting table lamp table lamp is a beautiful decorating and lighting solution that fits perfectly on end tables, sofa tables, nightstands and desks crafted of plastic with a painted chalk finish drum shade shape.
Then apply at least two thin even coats of chalk paint to lamp base. 2. when the paint is dry use a piece of medium/rough grit sandpaper to lightly distress the lamp on any high points, on edges, corners etc., this is my guest room. you might recognize the antique pine dresser from this post. i loved this project. i was telling my friend, peggy about some new purchases and several things i was painting. she asked me to send some photos to her online. the photo below is the first one she saw. peggy is on a […].
I liked the weighty feel and classic turnings of our traditional brass lamps, but i'd grown tired of the shiny golden surfaces. i wanted to update them by making them look older - a lot older, with a chalk paint make-over., spray the area lightly, following the directions on the can to stay at least 10 inches away from the lamp, otherwise it will start to drip down the lamp. spray in a sweeping motion, and apply multiple thin coats so that the paint does not run. wait for the first full coat to dry, about 10-15 minutes, and then follow with a second coat.