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You’re secret weapon? Krylon’s Looking Glass spray paint, which dries into a mirror-like finish. First, spray the body of your plain glass lamp (or vase, knick knack – anything made out of glass can be transformed) Read More http://www.ivillage.com/diy-hacks/7-b-363227#ixzz1ZBMzKs5J

Get the Mercury Glass look by pre-spraying your desired object with water and just a touch of dish liquid, spray with Krylon Looking Glass paint, let dry, repeat process until you achieve the 'depth' you are happy with.

Bedside lamps with drum shades - Use Looking Glass spray to create a mercury glass effect on thrift store lamps.

Update your builder grade brass shower trim using Rustoleum's Oil Rubbed spray paint ... what would cost you $800 to replace, will only cost you $5 to paint. Holds up well with the water because it is indoor/outdoor paint. Works on brass light fixtures too.

Spray paint a metal trash can and flip over for an instant side table. (I like this idea for outdoor patio tables) Or use as ball storage for toy room

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Cheap Home Decorating Ideas

Spray paint ceiling rosettes from Home Depot ($8-20 per rosette) — great idea for the wall decor! @ DIY Home Ideas

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Simple Paint Updates for Everyday Home Accessories

Put a new twist to your old home accents with Sharpie paint markers.

I dug up part of a rake just like this and have it in my garden now but maybe I'll bring it into the kitchen. What a good idea!