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Happy Hump Day Guys!
Today I’ve got a simple project that give any terra cotta pot the “wow” factor and adds very stylish and classy decor to any room in your home.
I’m currently decorating my guest bedroom and gold seems to be a big hit for this bedroom right now. I’ve decided to use Autumn as inspiration for my guest room and so I naturally feel gold is a bit of a must. I’ve been going a bit gold crazy lately so I have to be careful not to over do it but these tiny terra cotta pots are just the right amount of gold touch my guest bedroom needs.
When I set out to decorate the guest bedroom I had two main goals in mind; create a room that is warm and inviting and also give it a rustic, yet modern feel. It’s a fine balance as I want the room to flow and not clash in design. I set out to makeover some temporary bedside tables (while I hunt the internet and local stores for the “perfect bedside tables”). Then once I completed those I started to think about what extra touches I want to add to the room.
I love using accessories to decorate a room. I’m currently a renter so I have to be really cautious with how much I can hang on walls and if I can paint any walls to give the room a different look, so I use pretty cushions and decorating items to bring my home to life. I wanted some cute little accessories on one of the bedside tables because all it has on it currently is a lamp.
I wanted to add some plants to the room and I love cactuses lately. They’re adorable AND best part about them, minimal maintenance! Win! I’m all about minimal upkeep with two small toddlers running around the house I’m limited with time.
With all of this in mind I set out to create this quick and easy painted terra cotta pots project that took minimal time and effort.
White And Gold Painted Terra Cotta Pots
3 x Terra Cotta Pots (of your preferred size. I chose small)
Gold Spray Paint
White Spray Paint (or if like me you have run out of white, then a white primer will do also)
Painters Tape or Washi Tape
3 x Cactus Plants
Something to spray paint on like an old sheet or large piece of card stock.
Step 1. Begin by spray painting your pots. I painted two in white and one in gold as the base colors. Allow to dry.
Step 2. Place the washi tape or painters tape and dot stickers on your pots in the patterns you desire. I wanted one pot with dots, one with the top rim white and the body of the pot in gold and the third to have geometric lines.
Step 3. Continue by spray painting your pots over the tape and stickers you have just stuck onto your pots in the alternating colors you want on each pot. Allow to dry.
Step 4. Gently peel off your stickers and washi tape or painters tape to expose your final patterns. I love this step so you can see the finished product.
Step 5. Observe your creation! How pretty right!?! Now time to place your little cactuses into your pots and enjoy the prettiness you just created.
Such simplicity, yet so elegantly feminine and pretty I think! I love my little pots. Very happy with how they turned out.
Now if you’re wondering how I created the slightly sponged on gold paint look on on of the pots it was actually by accident. The gold paint of this pot was not completely dry (I was excited alright!) and so when I peeled off the washi tape this is what I had. I actually fell in love with the finish and decided not to fix my “mistake”. If you want this look then try doing the same as I did and don’t wait for it to completely dry or you can always go back with methylated spirits and sponge a little here and there until you get this look.
So there you have it! I hope you enjoy recreating my White And Gold Terra Painted Cotta Pots tutorial and fill your house up with lots of beautiful plants and cute painted pots.
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Have you painted terra cotta pots, or any type of pots before? How did you paint them?
If you enjoyed this post then you may also enjoy some of my other DIY projects!