How spray paint can update your curb appeal

The outside of your house is the first thing people see.If you want to make a great first impression (especially if you’re selling your home and are trying to attract potential buyers), here are a few quick and easy spray paint projects you can knock out in a weekend.

If your mailbox has seen better days, grab a can of spray paint. Rust-Oleum’s Stops Rust is the perfect option for metal mailboxes. It’s an extremely durable paint and available in an array of colors and finishes.  


Outdoor lights and lanterns can easily be transformed with spray paint. Stops Rust and Universal are great options for updating outdoor lights. They’re available in popular finishes like Metallic Oil Rubbed Bronze and Matte Farmhouse Black. There’s no need to pay for new fixtures when you can get on-trend finishes for a fraction of the cost. 


Decorative Planter Update

A great way to make your entryway more inviting is to add planters. Nothing says “welcome” as well as fresh flowers. With spray paint, you can give wood or metal planters a completely new look. For that high-end finish, try a Metallic or Hammered spray.  


Attention Grabbing Doorknocker

Though your doorknocker might go unused, it’s still front and center for everyone to see. If you begin to notice wear and tear, or if you want to give it a modern refresh, try Stops Rust Matte Hammered finishes. Matte Hammered is a great finish for hiding imperfections.


House numbers don’t need to be boring. Make a statement and show-off your personality with your own unique twist. One coat of spray paint will do it.