Painted Room Divider

COLORSHOT Painted Room Divider

If you've asked yourself lately, "Do people still use room dividers?" you're not alone. The answer to your question is YES. (Aren't you glad you stopped by this blog post? We've got a lot of answers to random questions.) Whether you actually NEED a room divider or you're just using it for decorative purposes isn't relevant ... what is relevant is the color of your room divider, and does it vibe with your decor? If it doesn't, don't stress, because you can have it coordinating with your space in no time with quick-drying COLORSHOT. So get out the spray paint and get ready to impress all of your friends, not only because of your decorating skills, but because you can now answer their questions as to whether people still use room dividers.

What you need:

- COLORSHOT Premium Spray Paint (we used Island Girl)

- Wood room divider

COLORSHOT Painted Room Divider Before

Make sure your room divider is clean and free of any dust. You'll want to work in a well-ventilated area, so this makes a great outdoor project. You can paint the divider all one color like we did, or if you're feeling super artsy, you can mask off sections and use different colors. It's your project - have fun with it!

COLORSHOT Painted Room Divider in progress

Spray several light coats of color onto the divider, allowing to dry in between coats. Avoid getting too heavy handed so your paint doesn't run, and if your divider has lots of cutouts and details like ours, check to make sure you've worked your paint into the openings.

COLORSHOT Painted Room Divider

Look at that bold pop of color!

COLORSHOT Painted Room Divider

A painted room divider was a good idea after all, don't you think?! And yes we made it match our favorite pair of pumps, because that's how we roll.

Get the product for this project

Island Girl (Mint)

Island state of mind.