Breathe new life into old displays with a simple can of spray paint! Here’s a few of our favorite ideas.
Add a pop of color to old wooden hangers. These are great for key displays, props in your windows, or to add some flare to your merchandise photos.
Image from Torie Jayne
A colorful welcome mat provides a cheerful entrance into your store. Simply pick up a cut-out rubber mat at your local home decor or hardware store and choose a bold color to cover the entire mat.
Image from 2modern
Trays and Bowls
A collection of trays and bowls are perfect for your jewelry and smaller accessories. You could even use a tiny spray-painted tray to hold your business cards at the cash register!
Image from The Interior Project
Bottles and Vases
Use chalkboard paint to transform bottles into tabletop signs! Or cluster together a collection of painted bottles and vases as props in your displays.
Spice up your in store vignettes with decorative props. It’s a great way to break up merchandise within a display and add points of interest.
- Use push-pins to elevate items when spray painting.
- Make sure to add a coat of clear seal to avoid scratches and chips.
- If you want to leave a portion of the object unpainted, cover it with masking tape.
- Follow our Pinterest board for endless spray painting ideas!
Have you experimented with DIY spray painting? Share your tips in the comments!