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6.16.2014

Painting Furniture with HomeRight Finish Max Sprayer and a {GIVEAWAY}

After having a baby, I don't have a ton of time to paint furniture. Thanks to the HomeRight Finish Max Sprayer, I can paint pieces quickly and easily.    


 I got a table from my MIL. It needed a lot of love and my sister just moved into a new condo. Did I mention that was part of our crazy, busy month of May?? 

Here is the table before. It was solid wood and had some great detail on it as well as a cute little bookshelf on the bottom. 

I quickly opened the paint sprayer and got to work (remember I'm having to work during naps here!) But that was fine because the HomeRight Finish Max Sprayer was so easy to start using. I simply loaded the paint into the can, plugged it in, and got started! 



It does take a little getting used to, but this sprayer has the ablity to change the amount of paint that comes out by adjusting a knob on the sprayer. I was using Antibes Green by Annie Sloan chalk Paint. It's a thick paint and even with that, I got a nice even finish with no brush or splatter marks! 



After spraying, the clean up was super easy. Just warm water and mild soap. there were easy to follow directions included too! 

After cleaning up, I decided the table still wasn't done. I wanted to add some glaze to it to bring out the nooks and really make the table pop. I've glazed a few other pieces before and applying glaze is very easy. 

You need glaze (this is tinted black), a wet rag, a dry rag, a small bucket with water, and a craft brush or paint brush. 


Start working in small sections. The glaze will look scary at first, but don't worry if you feel like you're messing up. It wipes right off! 




I just love the finished look! 


It looks so cute in my sister's new place! I'll have to share more details about it soon! 





But the best part is YOU can WIN a HOMERIGHT MAX FINISH SPRAYER!!!  


 I am so in love with it and I know one lucky winner will be too! 



 All you have to do is enter the RaffleCopter below! 
a Rafflecopter giveaway

*Must be a US resident, 18 years of age or older. Excluding AK and HI residents.


*All opinions are 100% mine. I was compensated for this post by receiving my own HomeRight Finish Max Sprayer. 

55 Comments - Add a Comment:

lauralaylin said...

I'd paint my coffee table and end tables in my living room to start. I'm about to change all the colors in my house, so it's either that or new furniture with money I don't have!

felicia harris said...

Your table looks so cute. I'm always spray painting something and my newest obsession is my dining room suite. Would love the HomeRight Finish Max Sprayer to do that project.

Karen Partin said...

I refinish furniture so I'd use it on my "finds" and on client pieces.

Kate said...

This would come in so handy at our new house - lots of stuff to paint here!

Janet said...

Just redid my first table and would love to try different pieces with the max sprayer. Love the green you chose!

Kimberly Woods said...

Love how your table turned out! :) I would probably paint my china hutch and make it a fun color! Thanks for the chance to win!

Photography by Cyndi said...

I know how you feel about the time. I would love to win this....and the table look really awesome.

Photography by Cyndi said...

I know how you feel about the time. I would love to win this....and the table look really awesome.

Julie Workman said...

Oh, I have a set of chairs that need a refresh, my grandmother's old cedar chest, my kids' bedrooms...I've got so mancy choices!

Lori said...

I'd love to spray a dresser I'm in the middle of refinishing rather than paint by hand.

kelsey nicholson said...

i have a bedroom set that is in desperate need of a new coat of paint but with 5 pieces and a 14 month old i've been dragging my heels! This sprayer would get me going and finished in a flash!

Elizabeth Kliewer said...

I have some mismatched pieces for my office. This would definitely come in handy as I work on making it a space that is inviting to work in!

Andrea @ Decorating Cents said...

I've thought about painting my ikea expedit and this would be perfect!

suzy q said...

I would paint an decrepit looking armoire I have in my garage!

Anonymous said...

Love how your table turned out!!! Neat color!

My house is full of furniture that needs painting....I'm hyperventilating again....I need one of these so badly!

Doris Styles

kidzanangel7 said...

I have 22 year old maple cabinets that beg me everyday to paint them :) I would like paint them a cream color with a light stained glaze over the top.

Christine Case said...

I would paint a wooden play kitchen I found on the side of the room. Pink to match the girls' room!

Shirley said...

I have a intertainment center I cut down and its still big. I would paint it and then next I would paint the 2 side tables. I could go on and on. I really want one.!

Barb said...

I have been wanting to paint some dressers and end tables. Then there's my kitchen cabinets I want to paint. This would make all that so much easier!!

Sherri Howell said...

I think I would start with our garage doors, them move inside! Thanks

Sarah Cook said...

Your table turned out so pretty. What a fun color! And the glaze really helps to bring out the details. I have a some Windsor chairs that I'm not looking forward to painting by hand. A paint sprayer would come in real handy for that job!

Debra Lee said...

I have a garage full of furniture waiting on some love!

Jane B. said...

An end table I bought a couple years ago.

Meagan Eby said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I have a few projects I'd get done. A rattan bar cart that was found in a shed, two end tables that were given to me from my MIL, and a mahogany end table in the dumpster. I'm all about recycle and reusing!

michelle church said...

I would paint a couple of end tables and a standing display shelf.

Nicole Millheim said...

I have a table that has been handed down for generations. It needs to be sanded and repainted. This would be a great project for me to do with this handy gadge

Mary P. said...

I have a bed frame and a matching dresser that are both just hideous, but I've put off painting them because it seems like it would be sooooo much work. This would make it much easier and I wouldn't have such ugly furniture in my guest room anymore. :-)

Carla Moran said...

I have a bookshelf that is in need of painting and this would make it so easy!

Anonymous said...

Is it really easy? I used a paint sprayer in the past - it was messy and difficult to clean so it almost wasn't worth the effort. I have two outdoor rocking chairs that desperately need repainting and refreshing and I would sure like to spray them instead of using a hand brush!

h-eir said...

This is so cool, I want one to reinvent all the furniture I've got for my first apartment!

Junior Couponator said...

I'm planning an adventure with my mom ~ creating a sweet sunroom for her for all repurposed treasures. Love the blog!

Kathy Harwood said...

I have several things! I would like to start with a bookcase for my granddaughter's bedroom :) Love what you did with the table. I am inspired!

Lisa @ Before Meets After said...

I've used other brands in the past and this one is by far my favorite! It did splatter once to get those annoying paint dots. It was so easy to clean too! I got the whole thing done and cleaned during nap time.

Lisa @ Before Meets After said...

I love projects with mom :)

Laura said...

I'm getting ready to re-do kids' rooms - this would help make that process smoother!

Lisa @ Before Meets After said...

haha! feel the same way when I look at all the projects I need done too!

Linda Owens said...

I have a list of things I want to paint but I think I will start with a buffet that I have been putting off for a while. It would be so much easier this way. The table is beautiful and I love the color.

Amanda McCellon said...

We just moved into our new home and the DIY list is ongoing. Currently I have two bookshelves that need to be painted that I'm dreading doing by hand!

Lisa @ Before Meets After said...

I hear ya! Little man doesn't allow me to get a lot done, but the sprayer makes it go so much faster!

Dena said...

omg - I totally want one - I'd paint everything! LOL

Becky Warner said...

I so need this!

Stacye Hixson said...

I love that this sprayer can handle thicker paint like chalk paint. I would have my painting to do list knocked out in no time

Paige Faulkner said...

I would paint my bedroom furniture that has been primed for a year now and I still haven't painted it. : ) Thanks for the change!

Gigi said...

Oh I need this paint sprayer!!! My husband and I are about to renovate our kitchen. I don't want to paint my cabinets by hand. This sprayer would make things a whole lot easier.

Lisa @ Before Meets After said...

Paint sprayers definitely make cabinet painting easier!

Dina said...

My to do list is starting to look endless these days...at the top would be painting the dingy bookshelves in my daughters room :)

Rebecca M. said...

Definitely my outdated office desks! Those typical brown vinyl-ed ones that are not pretty on the eyes?! Totally the first on my list to update.

Christina said...

I am about to redo my dresser. This would make things so much easier. But then there is all an old china hutch, book shelves. Goodness there is a lot to do this year,

Samantha said...

I have a long dresser that I am updating into a media stand and this would be a major help!

Quantmlife said...

Cindy B (on rc/fb) ~ we have several outdoor pieces that desperately need painting so they would be first.

Michele Reynolds said...

Carpel tunnel is starting to limit the amount of DIY i do, so I'd love to win! I have about a dozen projects in que, first would be my wood patio table:)

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