Replacement doors for the existing built-ins have arrived
Replacement doors are carried in. Perfect timing to be painted!
Jim sprays one of the replacement doors. Check out the paint dust hanging in the air.
Newly sprayed doors
Sprayed doors drying in the family room
First spray coat on the 11 interior doors
North built-ins, first coat. A hint of the aqua applied in the late 1960s shows through.
North built-ins, second coat
North built-ins, adjacent walls painted
China cabinet, both coats. Removing the wallpaper turned out to be a slow process, so it was "skimmed" with drywall compound. After sanding, the walls can be painted as though no wallpaper was there.
China cabinet, adjacent walls painted
Kitchen area during spraying (cabinet cartons performing a second job)
Kitchen pillar top
Kitchen pillar base
Auxiliary closet, shelves sprayed
Auxiliary closet, both coats
Master closet, both coats
Back door, both coats
Front door, both coats
Paint colors were marked on each wall
Jim putting first coat on front hall
Front hall & dining area, first coat
Dining area, first coat
Master bedroom, first coat. The lighter of the two taupes was used in here.
Master bedroom, first coat
Upgraded, code-compliant stair railing. The upper stairwell offers a good look at the old aqua wall color.
The roofer, a former painter, had some seasonal downtime so was available to paint most of the basement walls. This really brightened up the grey block of the new basement.
The new paint brightened and tidied the old well nook
Ducting ready to be connected to vent the microwave hood through the roof
Venting is complete and the microwave is in place