Spray Krylon’s Looking Glass spray paint onto old lamps. It dries into a mirror-like finish.

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.

DIY TIP: To make your own mercury glass simply spritz glass with water then spray with Krylon "Looking Glass" spray paint and voila!

Upcycle sauce jars for pretty storage with glass knobs.

the good gold spraypaint

DIY mercury glass lamp with Krylon "Looking Glass" spray paint. Dope!!!

How to determine the correct size shade for your lamp

$ 19 Table Makeovers with Spray Paint and Rub 'n Buff. View post: http://www.southshoredecoratingblog.com/2012/07/19-table-makeovers-with-spray-paint-and.html

to make your own mercury glass simply spritz glass with water then spray with Krylon Looking Glass spray paint

Fun colors and handles; possible colour scheme for that piece I dragged in and never finished.

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Use any canvas, apply stickers, decal, etc., and spray paint. Remove decals; hang white lights behind it.

Silverware artwork

Easy #DIY lamp redo

Update a plain lampshade with cheerful spring colors! More paint projects: http://www.bhg.com/decorating/paint/projects/paint-projects-ideas-and-patterns/?socsrc=bhgpin041112paintlampshade

Take 4 thin boards, stain them, put a plastic door mat over the top, apply cream spray paint

could give it a try

how to distress using vaseline and spray paint... This works so well... Gives the perfect finish.

An old chest, black paint (eggshell, satin, matte), a good stencil, and black paint in another finish (enamel, glossy).

Dollar Store rubber doormat + white spray paint + sanding for the "aged" look = inexpensive wall art! I have been wanting to put something over our bed, but can't nail/hammer into the solid concrete. This might be the perfect solution since it's LIGHT!