How to quickly update a Mid-Century Modern Coppercraft Mirror With A Pop Of Aqua
This is what the mirror used to look like...
See all that texture? I just love how they popped with just a few light even coats of Rust-oleum Painter's Touch Ultra Cover Satin Spray Paint in the color Aqua.
After the final coat dried I protected it with two coats of Rust-oleum Painter's Touch Ultra Cover Clear Coat.
I don't use spray paint often but when I do, this is one of my favorite go-to colors. Last summer I painted a Bistro Set in this color and it sold very quickly.
I think it looks so fresh and modern and would look great in any room.
The turquoise whitewashed tray is also a plastic thrift store find that I brought back to life last year. You can catch that makeover here at Plastic Tray Refresh.
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Thanks for joining me for another edition of Frugal Decor Tuesday. Which do you prefer, the mirror before or after?
Before I end this post, did you catch the Between The Lines series last Tuesday? I was one of the lucky bloggers to be featured in the first edition. If you missed it, you can catch that post HERE.
Between The Lines is a new blog series that takes a peek into the lives of bloggers over the age of 50. Every Tuesday for the next nine weeks, a group of bloggers will be interviewed and featured by Katherine at Katherine's Corner.
You can catch Week Two of this series HERE. For those of us "seasoned" bloggers, it's a great way to meet other bloggers in the Nifty Fifty Club!