Do you have a Mocka Hudson Stool at home or are you looking for a fun DIY project that you can easily complete over the weekend? This project is a great way for you to add a personal touch to your furniture at home. Use your favourite colour to decorate your Mocka Hudson Stool to match it to the décor in your home
- Mocka Hudson Stool
- Painters tape
- Paint primer
- Paint in your colour choice
- Paint brush
- Tape measure
- Lay down some newspaper on the ground or on top of your workspace and sit your stool on top.
- Take your Mocka Hudson Stool, assembled or unassembled and measure the desired height of the legs that would like to paint. Mark the height with a pencil and wrap painters tape around each leg at the mark. Make sure that the painters tape adheres to the surface of the leg to prevent the paint from bleeding.
- Take some 220 grit sand paper and lightly sand the varnish off the area of the legs that you would like to paint. Do not use force when sanding the legs to avoid leaving large scratches in the wood. Wipe down the legs of the stool with a dry cloth to remove the dust from sanding.
- Take your paint primer and paint the section of the legs and allow to dry.
- Take your paint and apply a thin coat of paint to the legs up to the painters tape and leave to dry. Repeat the coat of thin paint 2 -3 times or until you have reached a desired coverage.
- Leave the stool to dry overnight.
- Once the paint has dried apply a thin layer of varnish and allow to dry.
- Remove the painters tape and assemble your stool (if required). Style your new Mocka Hudson Stool in your home to enhance the look of your bedroom, lounge room, nursery or playroom.
You don’t just have to stop at painting the stools legs. You can also paint the stools seat to create fun and colourful piece of furniture. Have fun with Mocka’s products and get creative!
Tate Design has painted Mocka’s Hudson Stool to feature beautiful white legs. This gives the stool a fresh and clean look while adding that personal touch to the room. For more images visit www.tatedesign.co.nz