Faux Stone Planter

This blog post is sponsored by Krylon but all work, ideas and opinions are my own.

I have been wanting to try textured spray paints for a while! I decided to give it a go with some plastic planters and Krylon Fusion All-in-One that I picked up on a trip to the hardware store. I wanted this project to be a quick but impactful one that could help the planters fit the vibe and feel of the sunroom as the fall season is coming. This would also be a great DIY for the spring season in a patio area to freshen up the space and let you plant babies shine!

Acrylic Enamel Fusion All-in-One Matte Textured Textured Spray Paint and Primer In One is a one-stop with no primer or topcoat necessary. It’s the perfect quick project for a Saturday afternoon. I tried out two colors, sandstone and raw clay.


Not sure what you are doing? Read through the label! The key to spray painting is to have thin coats and keep the can 10 to 12 inches away from the object. No matter what I do I always struggle with this and try to cover too much at once! Patience is key because it keeps you from having drips.

I waited about 20 minutes before it turned over the pots and sprayed them from the top.

The paint was easy to spray and had a quick drying time which was a major win! Another win? No sanding or priming is needed with this spray paint.

I thought the results were amazing. The textured spray paint gave the surface a stone-like feel and look. The planters fit in so much better with the sunroom area, and I cannot wait to use this type of stone textured paint for other projects, especially with plastic decor items.

Thank you for joining me for this project and be sure to Dwell Aware out there!

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