Prep for fall & winter with a coat rack you’ll fall head over heels for! We’re totally in love with this DIY coat rack made by Ashley at Handmade Haven, who used COLORSHOT Premium Spray Paint in Farmer’s Daughter to make it so pretty in pink. The way it pops in her space makes us want to reach out and grab our coats to go somewhere – like, anywhere. Check out our Color Palettes page to see what vibrant shades could work with the color schemes in your home, then grab your COLORSHOT and get ready for cold weather season that’s a little more fabulous.
- COLORSHOT Premium Spray Paint (Farmer’s Daughter used here)
- Coat rack
- Protective covering for work surface
- Painter’s tape
Make sure coat rack is cleaned and primed before painting
To get the full tutorial on how Handmade Haven made her coat rack, click here. To get some quick spray-painting inspiration, you can stay right here on this post! If you’re looking to spray paint a coat rack you already have, first make sure it’s clean and free of any dust. Remove or tape off any parts or sections that you don’t want painted, or painted a different color. Depending on what material your coat rack is made of, you might want to spray it with Primer first for an extra layer the spray paint can really grab onto. (Especially if the rack has a slick surface.)
Coat Rack in COLORSHOT Farmer’s Daughter
Spray several light coats of COLORSHOT spray paint onto your coat rack instead of one heavy coat to avoid drips and color pooling. Once you’re happy with the coverage, allow it to completely cure before using. For a coat rack that adds a lot of interest to your space like Ashley created, try going with an unexpected bold shade that still vibes with your home’s color scheme. Not sure what colors go well together? Check out our COLOR PALETTES page to get some ideas!