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how to diy a chic spray paint storage wall

This chic spray paint storage design creates a functional place to store your paint stash while creating a focal point that feels like art.

Check out the how-to video below and don't forget to pin this post for later.

This project was part of a collaboration I did with The Home Depot to transform my garage space into a chic workshop. Check out the full reveal of my #GirlGarage on The Home Depot Blog.

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SPRAY PAINT STORAGE 

This project was inspired by spray paint caps — I wanted to find a way to store my spray paint where just the color of the caps would show.

I decided to run with the circle motif created by grouping multiple cans together and make a unique storage piece that was functional but also had some art vibes.

Check out the video above for the tutorial or scroll down to see inspo images + a DIY card with shopping links.

IMAGES: a closeup look + styling inspo

SPRAY PAINT STORAGE | Paint storage DIY | Spray paint wall | storage ideas | Never Skip Brunch by Cara Newhart | #home #diy #decor #neverskipbrunch
SPRAY PAINT STORAGE | Paint storage DIY | Spray paint wall | storage ideas | Never Skip Brunch by Cara Newhart | #home #diy #decor #neverskipbrunch
SPRAY PAINT STORAGE | Paint storage DIY | Spray paint wall | storage ideas | Never Skip Brunch by Cara Newhart | #home #diy #decor #neverskipbrunch
SPRAY PAINT STORAGE | Paint storage DIY | Spray paint wall | storage ideas | Never Skip Brunch by Cara Newhart | #home #diy #decor #neverskipbrunch
SPRAY PAINT STORAGE WALL

SPRAY PAINT STORAGE WALL

Active Time: 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours
Difficulty: Intermediate

Here’s the step by step for building this paint bar and harnessing the colorful spray paint caps to create a cool statement wall

Instructions

  1. Cut the building form into pieces the same width as the height of the spray paint cans
  2. Paint them with a 1-2 coats of primer, let dry
  3. Spray paint them with 2-3 coats of stone textured spray paint, let dry
  4. Arrange all the tubes into a cluster and shape to fit your wall
  5. Drill holes between tubes, insert brass machine screws and secure with a brass washer and brass screw nut on the other side
  6. Attach corner braces into the top inside of the tubes, aligned so that they will line up with a stud when the attached tubes are placed against the wall
  7. Attach to the wall by securing screws through the other side of the corner braces and into a stud

    Notes

    SPRAY PAINTS:

    Coral // Pink Peony // Golden Sunset // Summersquash

    SPONSOR:

    Shouts to @rustoleum for giving me all the spray paint 🙌 so pumped to be stocked in my fave colors for all my upcoming projects.

    p.s. This post may contain affiliate linking for your convenience. These links don’t cost extra for you to use + I always share my honest opinion.

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    never skip brunch by cara newhart

    I'm Cara, the designer & Chief Creative Enthusiast behind Never Skip Brunch. I'm a color & prints obsessed DIY queen who's here to help you create a beautifully lived-in life through home design advice and chic DIY tutorials

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