White Objects, or, The Power of Spray Paint

Groupings of white objects have been popular in home decor for a while, but I like this new idea for placement...the bathroom:

(From O at Home)

A collection of white objects, like the one above, is the easiest thing to assemble. Personally, I like to find inexpensive and interestingly-shaped items, no matter the color or material, and give them a coat of glossy white spray paint. Ten minutes and $3 and you have a cool little objet d'art. Some great places to find items ripe for spray painting are your local thrift/junk shop, the home sections at Marshalls or TJ Maxx, HomeGoods, or your local Chinatown gift shop. Even a branch from your backyard could make for an interesting object when coated in white paint!

The DIY pieces you create can then be mixed in with various vintage items, Jonathan Adler gourd vases, KleinReid flower-adorned containers, Roost sea urchins, or whatever white items you've managed to collect over the years -- making for an eclectic and completely unique display!

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