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Thrift Store Stripe Painted Tray

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It’s thrift store time and this month I’ve got a cute Stripe Painted Tray!  I’m a firm believer that you can’t have too many trays or pillows in life.  Can I get an amen?  So when I came across this cute rattan tray I scooped it up.  If you love a tray makeover you’ll want to check out my TV Tray Makeover and my Thrift Store Tray to Christmas Sign.

Thrift Store rattan tray is made over with paint into a striped painted tray in blue and green, perfect for Spring!

Stripe Painted Tray

I’m a huge fan of stripes too.  I love the pattern that is part of the rattan design and decided to use that as my painting guidelines.

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Ok, here is the rattan tray that I started with.

I used a small paintbrush and hand painted the pattern.

Painting stripes on a thrift store rattan tray in blue and green.

I left a natural section between the colors and I just love how it turned out.

Thrift Store Rattan Stripe Painted Tray in blue and green.

It’s the perfect addition to our family room.  The blue and green makes me happy and gives me that spring feeling.

Green and Blue Stripe Painted Tray - taking a thrift store rattan tray to a new life.

I hope you love it too and it inspires you to check out your local thrift store for makeover fun this year!

Here’s the rest of the team’s projects…

Large Trinket Box Makeover from My Repurposed Life

Fixing Up a Broken Birdhouse with Barnwood from Sadie Seasongoods

Vintage Wall Pocket Organizer from House Of Hawthornes

Bling Bottles from Petticoat Junktion

Stripe Painted Tray from Domestically Speaking

Wooden Step Stool Makeover from Refresh Restyle

Farmhouse Apron Hook from My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia

Pedestal Makeover from Our Southern Home

Rattan Thrift Store Stripe Painted Tray - a great DIY for spring!


  1. I love this!!! How did you manage to not get any paint on the rows next to the blue and green? Is there a trick to that, or were you just super careful? Thanks!

    1. Thank you! Yes, just a steady hand from year’s of painting. You could use painter’s tape, but it would definitely take some time with the design.

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