11 Things That Look More Expensive with Gold Paint
Whether it's office furniture or decorative knickknacks, there's nothing that can't be improved with a touch of gold paint. We found 11 bloggers with the gift of the golden touch, whose inspiring DIY projects prove that metallic spray paint or liquid gilding can make almost everything look more expensive.
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How to Use Gold Leaf
Glam up your favorite accessories with this easy DIY gold-leaf technique.
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DIY projects don't have to be complicated. Case in point: These store-bought agate coasters underwent a luxe transformation by Mandy of Fabric Paper Glue with a single coat of liquid gilding.
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She Gilds Seashells by the Seashore
Collecting shells from your beach vacation always seems like a good idea until you bring them home and stash them in a box. We love how Amy of Atta Girl Says dressed up hers with gold paint and incorporated them into glam coastal tablescapes.
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Make a Golden First Impression
Do your business cards best represent your professional persona? If they're not making enough of a stylish statement, try gilding the edges with gold spray paint like these from Camille Styles.
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Easy, Breezy Metallic DIY
Did you ever think a fan could be glam? Amy of Delineate Your Dwelling used gold and white spray paint to transform a dated fan into a beautiful breeze machine.
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From Garbage to Glamorous
Why recycle glass bottles when you can repurpose them as decorative vases? Following simple instructions from Cristina at Cautiously Obsessed, you'll be spray-painting gold stripes on all of your empty kombucha bottles faster than you can say, "Bottom's up!"
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Spoons That Shimmer
When white feels too modern or minimalist, a little gold paint can go a long way. Sarah of Sarah Hearts gave porcelain mini spoons the Midas touch and posted her tutorial as an easy-to-follow video.
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