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.
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.
- 8 in. Concrete Form Tube
- Stone Textured Spray Paint
- Corner Brace
- Brass machine screws
- Brass washers
- Brass machine screw nuts
- Corner Braces
- Cut the building form into pieces the same width as the height of the spray paint cans
- Paint them with a 1-2 coats of primer, let dry
- Spray paint them with 2-3 coats of stone textured spray paint, let dry
- Arrange all the tubes into a cluster and shape to fit your wall
- Drill holes between tubes, insert brass machine screws and secure with a brass washer and brass screw nut on the other side
- 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
- Attach to the wall by securing screws through the other side of the corner braces and into a stud