The drywall was hung, taped, and textured and now its ready for me to get on with painting. I have a quick decision to make. Help!
After all this work in the basement - slow but steady - I decided to take on something a little more quickly satisfying: painting the bedrooms grey. Check it out!
One of the most fun (and easy) things I did to the house last year was painting the front door. Here's how I exactly matched the mailbox.
The components elements of an American house entry are fairly consistent, country or city, large or small. Ranch entries are even more consistent: Door, Lights, Mailbox, House numbers, Wall and Overhang. If you have your own door (and maybe even if you don't) you have most of these to play with. What to think about when … Continue reading The Six Major Elements of (Nearly) Every Entry
I recently realized that I've been living among wall colors I DON'T LOVE for way too many months and that it is time to make some of my planned color changes now while I can appreciate them rather than at the end of the project when I'm just about to pass it off to someone … Continue reading Testing Paint Colors in Natural Light
The front entry is like your home's face. It can have a friendly aspect or be forbidding. You want to make a good impression with it and yet its easy to miss the mark. Don't loose a chance to make your entry shine.