Happy Tuesday to you!
The sun is shining, spring is in the air and Trillium Park Designs has shared a fun quick tip; a simple solution that makes painting hardware a breeze using something we all have lying around.
I love all the innovative tools and ideas you guys come up with!
[box] “Discovered a good use for those take-out chopsticks threatening to take over the silverware drawer! Use them in pairs over a small box to hold bail-styled hardware for spray painting. It’s an easy way to keep the pull up and out of the way and avoid smudges while the paint dries.” ~Jennifer[/box]
And because I know you all love before and after pics….
To see more of Jennifer’s beautiful work, feel free to visit Trillium Park Designs!
Have any questions about painting furniture hardware? Do you have any tips or paint methods you’d like to share? I hope you chime in because I always love hearing from you!
Catch last week’s Q-T-T here – and if YOU have any ideas or tips you would like to share on the SI Quick-Tip-Tuesday-Series, send me an email!
Enjoy your day and have fun with your next project!
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Tess S. says
Not sure who painted the high boy dresser, but, it is AMAZING!!!! There is good and there is great and I think this piece is GREAT! Congratulations! The Tuesday Tip is slick, too! 🙂
Tess, this was painted by Jennifer at Trillium Park Designs. And I agree, it’s AMAZING! 🙂