What to spray: Nightstands, chairs, tables, ottomans, baskets. "You can control spray paint better than brush paint, which leaves gobs on wicker," says designer and TV personality Stephen Saint-Onge. Spray paint's fine mist evenly penetrates wicker's crevices.
How to apply:
- Like wood, wicker usually requires a primer.
- Tackle tricky angles first. "If you start angling the can once it starts emptying, the tube is like a straw inside a tipped cup, sucking up air instead of paint," says Mike Walsh of Kilz and Hammerite paints.