Painting doors

Transform your doors with these creative painting ideas. Add a pop of color or a unique design to make a statement in your home. Get inspired and start painting today!
Dark Gray Doors - How to Paint Your Own - All for the Memories Home Décor, Interior, Grey Doors White Trim, Interior Door Paint Colors, Dark Gray Interior Doors, Gray Interior Doors, Colored Doors Interior, Dark Grey Trim Interior, Grey Interior Doors

We may earn money or products from the companies mentioned in this post. Please see policies for more information.I paintied all my interior doors dark gray and I LOVE them! I got a lot of feedback on Instagram, Instagram Stories, and Facebook about sharing some tips/how-tos so I put together a door painting tutorial and

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Lisa Jenoure
How to Paint Your Interior Doors Home, Home Décor, Interior, Diy Interior, Trim And Door Colors Interior, Update Interior Doors, Gray Interior Doors, Grey Internal Doors, Grey Doors

Today I want to share with you guys just how easy it is to paint your builder-grade doors. In our 90's home, we were again faced with perfectly fine builder-grade materials. There was nothing wrong with our doors, they were your typical faux wood doors. I left them white for a few years which was fine, but one day I basically woke up and decided it was time for a change and had the motivation to take on giving my upstairs hallway a spiffing up! So I decided to take on painting all of my…

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Derek Stauber
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. Home Décor, Home, Design, Interior, Door Color, Painted Front Doors, Front Door Colors, Painted Doors, Front Door

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.

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Sherwin-Williams