How to Paint a Front Door | SnapDry™ Door & Trim Paint
Looking for the best way to paint a beveled door? It’s easy! Start with Area A, using an angled brush to paint all recessed areas. To prevent brush marks on the larger, smooth areas of your door (B-E), line the recessed areas with painter’s tape. Next, move on to Area B, painting each subsequent area in alphabetical order. Use a brush or roller, making sure with each stroke that the fresh paint you are overlapping is still wet. This will help to avoid paint streaks.
How To Increase the Price of Your Property
Are you a homeowner looking to sell, a landlord or someone who simply deals with properties? Do you want to add value to your home and to your life? Here are some tips you might like. Some investments cost more than others, but in the long run they are all worth the trouble. With some good taste, basic knowledge on interior design and psychology, you will go a long way! P.S. Keep in mind we are not advising you to lie, cheat, or manipulate! If implemented these ideas will not only ma…
Exterior Paint Shades - Part 2
Whether it's pale hues of chalky French Grey, chic glossy charcoal against crisp pure white, or restful soft shades of dusted blue green, exterior paint shades can make a world of difference. The right paint shades add a warm welcome to any home be it of mellow stone, whitewashed render or smart red brick . Here are a few of my favourite looks to welcome guests to your front door. Above image:Gorgeous Belgian contemporary architecture by Archeos Above images: 1.Stainless steel stable light…
My Top Ten Farrow and Ball Front Door Colours
The time has come to take a delicious detour into the world of Farrow and Ball-painted front doors. One of the lovely things about Farrow a...
Farrow & Ball Inspiration
Browse thousands of interior and exterior images from Farrow & Ball. Be inspired with stunning home decor images and design ideas for your home.