DIY: Make Your Patio a Beautiful Place with this Ombre Side Table
Is it fine to say that you are feeling extra crafty? It doesn’t truly make a difference if you’re an amateur DIYer or you’re a veteran with skills to learn, if you’re considering to make something amazing for your home then here is the DIY project of stunning ombre side table for your patio that will truly make a difference.
Supplies you’ll need
- Rust-Oleum Ultra Cover- Satin Lagoon
- Rust-Oleum Ultra Cover- Satin Aqua
- Rust-Oleum Ultra Cover- Semi Gloss White
- Rust-Oleum Ultra Cover- Primer
- Painter’s Tape
- Hexagon Patio Stool
- Drop Cloth
- Latex Gloves
- Respirator Mask
Step 1- Use a drop cloth
Spread out a drop cloth to secure your works-pace. We praise working on a table for this project.
Step 2- Spray Primer
Even though priming is possible for this project, we praise including a base of primer for extreme adhesion and coverage, particularly since your table will be outdoors.
To prime your table, first shake your can of Ultra Cover 2x Primer for one minute after the blending ball begins to rattle. Then, hold the can 10-16 inch far from the table, and spray in a steady back-and-forth motion.
Apply two or more light coats of primer to the top and sides of the table, permitting a few minutes in the middle of each coat.
Step 3- Apply Painter’s Touch Ultra Cover Spray Paint
Shake your can of Ultra Cover 2x spray paint in Semi-Gloss White for one minute after the mixing ball begins to rattle. Hold the can 10-16 inch from the top third of the table and spray in a sweeping motion, to some extent overlapping each stroke.
Apply a few light coats to the top third of the table (as well as the tabletop) a few minutes apart.
Step 4- Apply Painter’s Touch Satin Aqua
Utilizing the same technique, apply at least two light coats of Ultra Cover 2x Spray Paint in Satin Aqua to the bottom two thirds of the table.
Once the bottom two thirds of the table is totally painted, mix the Semi-Gloss White and Satin Aqua paint by lightly spraying the area where the colors touch. Be careful not to over spray, or the paint may begin to drip.
Step 5- Blend Painter’s Touch Satin Aqua & Semi-Gloss White
Once the bottom two thirds of the table is totally painted, blend the Semi-Gloss White and Satin Aqua paint by lightly spraying the area where the colors contact with each other. Be careful not to over spray, or the paint may begin to drip.
Step 6- Apply Painter’s Touch Satin Lagoon
Proceeding with the same spraying technique from Steps 3 and 4, apply two or more light coats of Ultra Cover 2x spray paint in Satin Lagoon to the bottom third of the table.
Step 7- Blend Satin Lagoon & Satin Aqua
With the method from Step 5, mix the area where Satin Aqua meets Satin Lagoon.
Step 8- Let the Paint Dry
Once your ombre impact is complete, set the table aside to dry for at least 24 hours.
Tip to Remember:
Constantly work in a well-ventilated area and wear gloves and a mask while spray painting, particularly if you’re spraying in a confined space like a garage.