Patching. Priming. Sanding. Caulking. Painting prep.
My latest project is an older home in one of Massachusetts's beautiful, historic towns. We are lavishing all the above, plus loving care and lots of elbow grease on its ceilings and walls before we brush on any paint.
|Glen patching and prepping in the kitchen. We capped off and patched that old clock outlet to Glen's right. And to all you hawkeyes out there, yes, a sponge painted ceiling. But not for long. At this point all the trim has been caulked and primed.|
|Here's Dan, the Dan of Dan Moynihan Painting and Wallpapering. Camera shy.|
The third member of our paint crew, Falcon, is around the corner.
|Silverpointe, SW 7653, SherwinWilliams, for the upper part of the wall, upper cabinets, and hallway.|
|Mysterious Mauve, SW 6262, SherwinWilliams, for the space under the chair rail and the base cabinets. It is more toned down and subtle than the original aubergine. Works beautifully with the kitchen flooring.|
|Before. The dining room ceiling and wall sustained some water damage.|
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