If you’re feeling confident, take risk and make a sunny statement in hallways, home offices or dining rooms with a luminous yellow. Rust-Oleum Neon Spray Paint can be used on wood, ceramic or metal furniture to create statement features, but be sure to keep the rest of the room simple for maximum effect. It’s also Certified Toy Safe so can be used on children’s furniture too!
Yellow is the perfect colour for brightening children’s furniture that is in need of a little TLC. Wake up tables by giving the legs a decorative finish with Rust-Oleum Universal All-Surface Spray Paint in Canary Yellow and add a couple of coats to the matching stool. For a more creative upcycle, turn the table top into a chalkboard or contrast with another bright colour like aqua blue.
Get some zest for life and turn that boring stool or chair into a one-off addition for your living room. For a glossy finish, opt for Rust-Oleum Painter’s Touch in Sun Yellow to transform drab furniture into something a little more dressy. Pair with grey shades to make the colour really stand out.
Certain shades of yellow can help create a distinctive, sixties vibe. If you’re a fan of the era or simply want to add some nostalgia into your home, pop along to your nearest second hand store to source a vintage staple such as a typewriter, record player or classic cord telephone. Then bring the piece back up to date with a lick of Rust-Oleum Painter’s Touch Craft Enamel Spray in Buttercup Yellow.
A little goes a long way with yellow so if you’re cautious of going all out, start with small items in the room. For instance, give your stationery a once-over with Rust-Oleum’s Mode high gloss spray paint in Sunflower. Include pencil pots, organisers and paper trays and balance then against neutrals. It will no doubt add a quirky sophistication to your desk arrangement and you’ll never lose that stapler again!