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How to Paint a Highchair

There’s no denying that when you find something that makes your life easier and affords you more time for other tasks or pleasures in life, the first thing you want to do is tell others about it so they can benefit too. That, my friends, is what this post is all about while showing you how to paint a highchair. A few weeks ago, I shared with you how much I adored my new toy, a paint sprayer when I worked on this farmhouse dinette set (this post described using paint and poly).

Farmhouse Dining Set Painted with HomeRight Finish Max | Prodigal Pieces |

Well, now that summer’s here and I’m able to be outside more doing my work, I’m having a blast (literally!) getting furniture done lickety-split. For instance, I’ve had this baby highchair needing a facelift, and if you’ve ever painted a chair before, you know how un-fun it is to paint spindles.

Vintage Highchair Being Painted with HomeRight Finish Max | Prodigal Pieces |


Ugh… you’re constantly checking for drips, incessantly brushing hoping for an even coat, right?

All I had to do was give the chair a light sanding with my sander, and make sure the surface was clean.

Sanding Vintage Highchair | Prodigal Pieces |

Then, I got to have some fun.

Even with our gusting windy day, I was able to achieve a smooth, even coat. My video was on fast-play, but each coat only took me about 10 minutes to apply without a compressor. The best part is no drips, no messy layers, and only the sprayer to clean up, and even that was made easy.



However, I did have to take it apart and scrub the individual pieces. That’s fine with me because I love how easy it is to paint.  Now with just a bit of spraying, I’m left with those pieces squeaky clean! WAHOO!!

Cleaned HomeRight Finish Max Parts | Prodigal Pieces |

Once I had the highchair coated in my favorite aqua, I wanted to add some whimsy to the tray because it’s just fun for kids to feel special.

Handpainting Highchair Tray | Prodigal Pieces |


How exciting for my littlest watching me paint.  I just had to have her be my model for this post.

Baby Girl in Painted Highchair | Prodigal Pieces |

As soon as I set her in the chair, she kept trying to pick up the utensils. Ha!

Hand-painted Baby High Chair | Prodigal Pieces |

She loved getting all the attention from her brothers and sisters and didn’t want to get out of the chair.

Highchair Painted with Paint Sprayer | Prodigal Pieces |

Aqua Blue Painted Highchair | Prodigal Pieces |

Who can blame her, right? It’s pretty, it’s fun, and ready for that special little one. I distressed the chair a bit to create a time-worn feel. After that I applied a hand-rubbed wax finish for protection.Vintage Aqua Blue Painted Highchair | Prodigal Pieces |

Handpainted Service Set on Baby Highchair | Prodigal Pieces |

I love how easy this chair is to complete and is beautiful in only a days’ time. This chair has sold from my online store, but I do take custom orders, if interested.Highchair Painted by HomeRight Finish Max | Prodigal Pieces |

I know you’re not the only one who would like to paint with ease with a sprayer. Share and spread the love!

I’m off to give my worn-out patio set a much-needed coat of paint, so head HERE for the reveal!Why I Love My HomeRight Finish Max Paint Sprayer and a GIVEAWAY for YOU! by Prodigal Pieces #prodigalpieces

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  1. Sara says

    Beautiful work! The First Thing I’d Do With The homeright sprayer would be a refinish job on a small spindle table.

  2. jenni says

    Thanks for the chance to win! I would paint my white picket fence with this baby!! That would be so much better than by hand!

    • Larissa says

      Oooh…awesome project for this sprayer! You would rock it for sure!

      • Suzanne says

        Does it work with stain?

        • Larissa says

          Yes, I believe so though have yet to try it. I’m debating on my built-in bookcases…what to do?

  3. Jordan says

    i would love to win this. I have several projects waiting to be painted!

  4. Cindy says

    This HomeRight Finish sprayer really looks fantastic… I love the high chair, your artwork was precious…

  5. Holly says

    I’m constantly looking for quality pieces that I can give a new life to and add to our home. But as a mom of 4 sometimes getting these projects done is time consuming. This sprayer looks like the missing piece to make all of my projects come to life.. Love the high chair.

    • Larissa says

      Absolutely, Holly. My time is so precious with our gang of 6 and am ecstatic to have my sprayer. 😀

  6. Sandi Allen says

    Love how the high chair turned out!
    I would paint some chairs and end tables that I have in my garage

  7. Kelly says

    Love this!!! Beautiful job & adore the color & your daughter! 🙂

    • Larissa says

      Thank you, Kelly! I just love that aqua color and will hoard it forever. tee hee.

  8. rachel cartucci says

    I have a grey porch swing…it’s only grey because the wood is so old and it’s just ugly. I paint that!!!

    • Larissa says

      Sounds like a plan, Rachel! I have one that’ll be getting done too. 🙂

  9. Lisa says

    I have 6 chairs with spindles that need to be painted. Oh how wonderful it would be to have this sprayer!

    • Larissa says

      You ain’t kiddin’, Lisa! That dining set I did would have been a bear without it.

  10. Evija says

    This looks amazing and so simple to use! I need one in my life 🙂 can you use any paint with it? Love it!

    • Larissa says

      Yes you do, Evija! Yes, any paint and even poly, including chalk paint. Just follow paint manufacturer instructions to thin or suggested amounts that come with the sprayer. 🙂

  11. Wendy Winn says

    I’ve got a dresser I would love to use this on. So nice that you don’t need a compressor. Will probably pick one up ifidontwin

  12. Kristi says

    I’d love to have a sprayer to paint all of our doors and baseboards!!!

  13. Ramie says

    I have a lingerie dresser that I am waiting to redo. That’s the first thing I would use it on.

    • Larissa says

      That sounds a great start, Ramie. It works on most anything!

  14. Jenn says

    The First Thing I’d Do With The homeright sprayer would be to redo our picnic table!!

    • Larissa says

      Now that would be a chore with a brush for sure. Wish I had a table to paint!

  15. Heili says

    Thanks for sharing! I have been lost contemplating a sprayer and this one seems easy!!

    • Larissa says

      I really wanted one for quite some time and even have a compressor, but this one is light and easy to use – not to mention easy to clean. That’s what made up my mind.

  16. Robin Stephens says

    What a time saver that would be. What an amazing chair, too. Thanks for a great post!

  17. Linda says

    Wow! How awesome! I have been putting off projects because of spindles! I’m even so close to taking a coffee table to the dump because my current method of refinishing it isn’t working. So definitely I’d paint the coffee table.

    • Larissa says

      I hear you! That’s what kept me from buying a steal at a garage sale, but now I think twice and know I could just spray it.

  18. Kathy Haggarty says

    I have a dinette similar to the one you worked on. The thought of painting all those spindles made me push the project to the back burner for years. But this sprayer would make easy work of that for sure! Thanks for your great tutorials and inspiration, Kathy

    • Larissa says

      I had mine sitting for almost 2 years and just couldn’t get the nerve to brush (or roll) it all. I was giddy when I first started spraying our shutters and knew I would be using my sprayer often.

  19. Renee Pedersen says

    Beautiful work! I would love to have a sprayer like the HomeRight Sprayer. You are right – I have been painting furniture by hand and it is impossible to not get some drips somewhere! Thanks for the chance to win one!

    • Larissa says

      My pleasure, Renee. I’m nutty about being neat, so this has saved me stress.

  20. Vicki says

    I’m already imagining the things I could accomplish with the HomeRight Finish Max Sprayer! Larissa, you have answered all my questions regarding this product and it is now added to my wish list. Thanks so much.

    • Larissa says

      You will love it, Vicki! Seriously, I’m not one to push a brand, but this one has me sold and it’s very affordable which is a big factor for our family of 8.

  21. Crystal says

    I love your farmhouse dinette set! It’s exactly what I want to do with one that I have. I have a dinette set, hutch, cabinets, and a desk sitting in my garage waiting to be brought back to life with a fresh coat of paint! Thanks for sharing!

    • Larissa says

      Thank you, Crystal! Sounds like this sprayer could save you alot of work. I’d love to see what you do!

  22. Karen says

    You did such a cute job on the high chair. . I love this sprayer. . looks much easier than the one I used to own. Would love to have one. Also. . your daughter is BEAUTIFUL !!!!

    • Larissa says

      Awww…thank you. Yes, she’s and all my children are my treasures. I really debated on buying one for a while because of cleanup and being able to do upside down and sideways sprays, but this does it all.

  23. Whit says

    Oh man! I have a half-primed hutch sitting in my garage. It took me almost a week (an hour or so each night) to get the primer on. This would make finishing that piece CAKE.

    • Larissa says

      I feel your pain! Cabinets are the worst for me, and I’m planning on using this in our remodel soon. Yay!

  24. Tami says

    My husband wants to stain the new deck. I want to stain the floor and paint the railings to match the front porch. This paint sprayer sure would help me win this one!

    • Larissa says

      Absolutely, Tami! This would make it so nice and even too. Fingers crossed!

  25. Susanne Kalla says

    Cute idea, I have my kids highchair, not fairing so well in the attic, I’ll have to do something like this to make it grandbaby ready in a few years.

  26. Jolena says

    I have had my eye on one of these for a while. I have four caned back dining chairs that would be my first subjects to paint!

    • Larissa says

      That would be instant fun! Caning is a pain to paint and I wouldn’t do it any other way.

  27. Patty says

    I have SO many things I want to paint and I have been putting them off because of all the work it involves. I could do them all with this sprayer.

  28. Gretchen Partney says

    I sooo want this sprayer!!!

  29. Zebrina Easterday says

    I have a cabinet I’ve been wanting to refinish! I would love to win so I can!

  30. Michelle dascoli says

    That is a dream come true…it looks so easy….I have never used a sprayer.

    • Larissa says

      This was my first and was really easy to figure out. They even have free online videos for you to see if you need a tutorial.

  31. Tina Hughes says

    Love what you’ve done! Looks like an amazing product to make life a LOT easier!

    • Larissa says

      Yes, indeed. Spraying is fun and quick results for sure. Thank you!

  32. Donna Danna says

    I have a wicker chair and small wicker table to spray paint. This would make it so much easier for this old gal!

  33. Marie@The Interior Frugalista says

    How adorable is your little girl Larissa! Love that she was trying to pick up the painted utensils (which are an adorable touch BTW). I love my HomeRight paint sprayer and don’t know how I lived without it! I’m definitely going to order the cleaning kit even though it’s pretty easy to clean the machine without but like you say, not having to take apart the nozzle pieces would make the task much quicker (I wasn’t blessed with the patience gene). Looking forward to seeing what color you spray your patio set with.

  34. Krissy says

    Wow! So handy!! Can this sprayer be used with polyurethane or varnish?

    • Krissy says

      Ooh, I see in one of your other replies that it can be used with Poly. Wahoo! I have 8 outdoor dining chairs I’ve been putting off finishing, but this sprayer would give me the motivation to get them done. 🙂

      • Larissa says

        Yes, it can! My table post explains how I used poly as a topcoat, and let me tell you that would have been an awful chore. You would love this for your task!

  35. Jane Lepp says

    I would start by painting my dinning room chairs and go from there …. the possibilities are endless

    • Larissa says

      I know, endless! I have so many plans for this toy of mine and can’t wait to get at more. 🙂

  36. Terra says

    Chair spindles are the WORST to paint by hand! If I win the sprayer I’ll definitely be giving my dining room table and chairs a much needed facelift 🙂

  37. Margie Bennett says

    That sprayer makes it look so easy! I would love to have one. What a beautiful highchair makeover. So cute!!!

  38. Tomya Arroyo says

    I would absolutely love to win this paint sprayer. The first thing I would paint is our vintage metal patio furniture. The set is currently red, but I would love to give it a bright & cheery YELLOW makeover!

  39. Camala fowler says

    this looks awesome! Thank you for the give away. There are so many things I’d love to paint – my old oak table an chairs, my entertainment center, and my armoire to start, 🙂

  40. Bren says

    OOOH! That looks like a great way to spend an afternoon! First thing I’d tackle is an old dining room hutch/buffet, with lots of grooves and slats – this would work great!

  41. susan says

    I paint tons of things and this would be so nice to have! Thanks!!

  42. Lucy @ Patina Paradise says

    Oh this would make my life a whole lot easier. Especially since I like to put on several layers of paint and then distress. I guess if it is meant to be… here’s to hoping! Thanks for the opportunity!

  43. renee h says

    I would paint this lovely old hutch that has been in my shop for a year now. And then, find a high chair to copy what you did on this chair for my grandson who is due July 4th!

  44. Sandra Fiffy says

    I have a antique dining table and 6 chairs to paint for myself…I need this!!!!

  45. Patricia says

    LOVE !!! Would love to win this! I have lots of dark furniture that I want to paint.

  46. Brenda Van Riper says

    I have a huge antique dresser I would paint with this sprayer I have so been wanting a sprayer but can’t afford one thank you so much for the giveaway

  47. Malea Gardner says

    I would paint the whole inside of the house!

  48. Barb says

    Love this so much! Beautiful work. I actually have a highchair in my garage that I need to paint. Would love to use this sprayer.

  49. Michele Graves says

    We have several twin bets sets that have turned posts that we make into benches…this would make it so much easier! I’m all the time painting something… I could paint lots more with the time I’d save! Would love to win for sure! Thanks for the opportunity to win one!

  50. veronica says

    Love how your highchair turned out, beautiful color too!! I would like to refinish several small
    items – coffeetable, lamp, outdoor chair.

  51. Caron says

    Would love to have this tool to add to my growing collection. Got a bureau that is waiting to be refurbed.

  52. ProjectPatrol says

    Thanks for the chance! I think I’d choose to paint our 2 front shutters first.

  53. Emily Williams says

    I need to paint my bedroom set and need a sprayer to tackle the challenge.

  54. Deb says

    I have a kitchen table and chairs that need this sprayer!

  55. Mary Anne says

    That high chair is so darn cute! Great color! My brother built me a large workshop/craft table and I’d use the new sprayer to paint it.

  56. Richard says

    Would love this have several pieces of furniture I want to refinish

  57. Darlene says

    What wouldn’t I paint if I had the HomeRight paint sprayer 🙂 the possibilities are endless!

  58. Kylee says

    I NEED this sprayer to finish 2 bamboo chairs I’ve had it the garage forever!

  59. Amanda says

    I love the color of the high chair, so cute! I would use the sprayer to paint my dining room chairs, it’s a project that has been needing to be done to awhile now 🙂

  60. Cheryl Lewis says

    would love this sprayer! I have a bench and some rocking chairs that need refinishing badly.

  61. lori says

    I would paint my dining room table i bought on craigslist for $50! Its a butcher block top with ugly forest green legs! Lol!

  62. candy kratzer wenzel says

    My parents gave me an 1970’s china hutch. I hate it! I cannot stress enough the word “hate”. But I know it would break my mom’s heart if I got rid of it. It has been long enough and needs a vibrant color change!

  63. Jessica says

    I would paint the headboard I got at a flea market for my son’s bedroom. It has a lot of little spindles!! Then I would paint my table bought on a garage sale!

  64. Sharon Bates says

    My kitchen cabinets!

  65. Leona says

    The first thing I want to paint is about 8 bowling balls that are waiting to morph into lady bugs.

  66. Anne Holcomb says

    I could really use a paint sprayer like this, thanks for the chance to win.

  67. Stacy D says

    Love that color and the high chair. What a cool idea to add the plate and silverware for a touch of whimsy.

  68. Amy | Canary Street Crafts says

    I’ve wanted one of these sprayers for so long! The first thing I’d paint with it is the headboard for my youngest son’s bedroom.

  69. lorrie geer says

    I would love to use this!!!

  70. VICKI@More Powerful Beyond Measure says

    I would paint my dining room set; my porch furniture and a Smoker’s Cabinet I have. This spray makes it all look so easy!! Thank you for the opportunity to win!! I had widget trouble but I hope all went through. Best, Vicki

  71. Barbara R says

    I would paint an antique dresser that I use as a TV stand.

  72. Brenda Iwami says

    The 1st thing I would paint would be my outdoor furniture. It’s needed it forever and still I procrastinate!

  73. Rebecca says

    Oh. My. WORD. That would come in handy, we just bought our dream house, and I have all sorts of painting projects lined up. [pick me, pick me!]

  74. Cheryl says

    My list is long…this would definitely help shorten it! Thanks for the opportunity to win one!

  75. Kari Linder says

    Your high chair turned out amazing! You always do such awesome job on your prodigal pieces! Thanks for the chance to win such a cool tool!

  76. Vickie says

    I would paint my new (and only) grand baby’s crib… You’re right those spindles are crazy!

  77. Sarah Setty-Collier says

    LOVE the high chair! I love to follow your amazing work!

  78. Heather says

    The first thing I would do is paint two barstools. Spindles are HARD!!!

  79. Jackie Stoecker says

    Hello! Thank you for sharing your honest info on this sprayer. I have been wanting to upgrade to a sprayer from brushes, but there are so many out there, it’s great to get a personal review! The first thing I would paint is a large china cabinet hutch I have been wanting to update it to an emerald green but afraid it would come out to streaky with a brush. Thanks again for the honest and helpful review!

  80. Cathy says

    I would paint several chairs and some end tables. I would be so excited to win such a wonderful tool! Your high chair turned out fantastic!

  81. Jenn Dynys says

    I was just telling my husband how happy one of these would make me! I would paint everything in sight! Picnic tables first…those are a real pain.

  82. Kari says

    Well Darn It Larissa! You have set the bar high now not only on getting the paint job done in record time with an affordable sprayer but you did it all in a SKIRT too ! I am ashamed to say what my paint clothes look like! lol

  83. Julie says

    love your video and step by steps….makes me think I “might could” do it (phrase I love stolen from my southern husband! 🙂

  84. julie says

    Beautiful chair and that sprayer really does look like it makes it effortless.

  85. JENNIFER says

    The question is-what wouldn’t I paint with a sprayer?! I have a garage full of awesome pieces waiting on some magic. I still use the ancient method of hand painting everything (including my current project of multiple chairs and a daybed frame turned bench with a gazillion spindles each). Love your blog, Larissa. The baby blue color choice is awesome 🙂

  86. Kathy Milliken says

    First I would paint my dining room chairs! But I would use it a lot! I love to paint furniture!!

  87. Tara Fontanoza says

    I hope I am not too late. Just after 11pm here. I have so many ways I would use the paint sprayer. First the I would do a bookshelf, then a dresser
    I also have a crib Jenny Lindy crib with spindles. We all know how hard it is to paint those! Thanks 🙂 *fingers crossed*

  88. Cathie A says

    The first thing I will paint with my new sprayer is a china cabinet that has been stashed in my garage since last November. It’s a daunting task to tackle with a roller and foam brush. It WILL be lime green!

  89. Andrea says

    I would paint the 1920’s buffet and table in our dining room. They would look so cute in a glossy black!

  90. Vanessa says

    I love the high chair and homeright makes painting so much easier. I love this product.

  91. alice young says

    I would paint my roll top deck

  92. Debbie says

    The first thing I would tackle would be my radio cabinet, the second would be my grandmother’s 100 year old cedar chest that was ruined by being in my parent’s attic. After that, I’d paint my deacon’s bench and my dining table…..I’m so behind in everything!

  93. Emily @ Small Stuff Counts says

    That aqua is such a pretty color for a high chair, and your little model sure makes it look even cuter. I am just itching to get a paint sprayer! Thanks for the chance to win.

  94. beverly e says

    That chair is adorable and the aqua paint is to die for… did you ever get the formula? Great job on the faux place setting, too.
    I have about a zillion things that I need to paint and a sprayer would be a great help. Thanks for the chance to win!

  95. Carma Cops says

    My daughter and I have projects to do! The HomeRight Finish Max Paint Sprayer would be wonderful to use on them!

  96. Sharon says

    The highchair is so cute! The first project I would work on would be a china cabinet that I picked up and it’s sitting in my kitchen taking up space. Great give -away!

  97. Linda says

    This would revolutionize my projects. So many projects so little time. But coffee table that’s been sitting in the garage is the first thing!

  98. Stefanie says

    First thing I would paint is the beast of a dresser I have to finish up!

  99. Amy Tolley says

    I have a dresser and a bed frame i would love to repaint to match my sons bedroom….

  100. Deborah Melton says

    I have so many things stashed away because I just don’t want to get the mess of painting even started. This nice little jewel would make everything get finished and out of my husbands way in a flash. What fun !!!!

  101. Lynne Curtis says

    I just purchased a small, old, neglected, wrought iron rack with lots of detail, twists and turns and I would love to have a sprayer such as this to give it a new chance at life!

  102. Teresa Carr says

    I have a Jinny Lind bed that I would love to try to spray! Great Job and thanks for the opportunity.

  103. Ramona says

    I rescued an old roll top desk out of a barn and want to re-finish it for my craft room and make it my new desk. Even if I do not win this awesome tool I will buy one to get my project done. Been wanting this paint sprayer for some time now!

  104. Robin T says

    I have a set of table and chairs that could use this handy sprayer! Awesome giveaway! 🙂

  105. Michelle says

    I would love the opportunity to give this sprayer a try! Thanks for the giveaway.

  106. Jennifer Jantz says

    I have been dreaming of owning one of these to do so many projects!!!!

  107. Teresa says

    Love it all. I’m curious–did you have to clean the sprayer in between first and second coats. thanks for the opportunity

    • Larissa says

      Yes, the sprayer needs cleaned between coats and if you’re waiting more than 20 minutes to spray. Cleanup is simple and once you get a routine, it’s easy. 🙂

  108. Laura McLaughlin-Johnson says

    Hard to pick what would be first….re making an old oak entertainment center into a dresser for my master bedroom.

  109. Jane Vorndran says

    I would love to use this sprayer to paint my dining room table and 8 matching chairs.

  110. Cyndi says

    I have either a dresser that was mine as a kid or a bookcase that I’d love to use this on! Thanks for the giveaway!

  111. Patti says

    Do you find you need to thin your paint often as described in the instruction manual?

    • Larissa says

      Patti, I just follow the paint/stain/poly manufacturers instructions on whether or not it needs to be thinned. The ratio should be right on the label. 🙂

  112. Ambrosia says

    I live this project! I found you via Pinterest. I have a question. You wrote that you did this without a compressor? So what did you use to spray the paint with? I’m in The market for a paint sprayer so any advice would be great! Thanks so much!

    • Larissa says

      Happy to hear it! You just use the sprayer I used in the video. Just fill the cup and have at it. Hope this helps!

  113. Deborah Sell says

    I am in love with the aqua paint color that you used on your high chair. Did you ever find out what color mix it is. I just really, really love, need, gotta have that color. It’s perfect for a book shelf I want to paint.
    Thank you , Deborah

    • Larissa says

      Not yet, and honestly, I’m considering making it one of my custom colors. I am still using up my gallon and plan to get more soon as it’s getting old. I would liken it to water, a cool pool, if you will.

  114. Sherri Mann says

    This would be the perfect tool to update a baby bed and some other pieces I have on hand!

  115. Corry heinricks says

    i would love to have one of those sprayers! What a nice finish it gives…and time saving and easy clean up,is a real bonus.

  116. Janice Humphrey says

    I have 6 dining room chairs that I need to paint and I’ve been putting it off because I dread it. This sprayer looks like it would sure simplify the job to where it would actually be fun.

    • Larissa says

      Seriously I was giddy when I did that dining set I have at the top of this post. I couldn’t believe how easy it was and it got me hooked. No more drips and certainly a time and aches/pains saver.

  117. Lisa Haar says

    I just purchased the homeriggt sprayer and cleaning kit and cat to use it. But my husband has a question, did you need to water down the paint for the sprayer?

    • Larissa says

      Yay for you! Each paint is different and should have thinning insrtuctions on the side of the can if needed. Hope that helps!

  118. MrsSW says

    Larissa – the video doesn’t show?

  119. Liz A says

    I would definitely tackle painting a rocking chair from my grandmother that has seen better days.

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Perfect purchase from start to finish! Absolutely adorable piece so creatively thought out. Packed with the greatest of care with lightening fast delivery. Very customer-oriented and friendly crafter. Could not ask for more! Thank you!

~ Deanna

Prodigal Pieces

~ Deanna

Perfect purchase from start to finish! Absolutely adorable piece so creatively thought out. Packed with the greatest of care with lightening fast delivery. Very customer-oriented and friendly crafter. Could not ask for more! Thank you!
Prodigal Pieces