Interior Painting

Filling the nail holes and sanding all the trim is the first step in preparing for painting.

Glass in all the windows and doors is covered prior to painting the trim in order to avoid overspray. View of the entry door sidelight.

Since all the windows are prefinished the entire unit including the glass is covered with plastic prior to painting the trim.

The glass in the Master Bedroom is covered prior to painting the door and the trim.

All interior paint is Benjamin Moore®, Zero-VOC, Eco Spec® WB. In addition to having zero VOCs, this paint includes an antimicrobial additive to provide a mildew- and odor-resistant coating. Finishes include flat, eggshell, and semi gloss.

Close up view of the paint can label.

The stairway wall with the base painted. The wood cap will be stained it is covered to protect from overspray.

View of the door to the Garage with the trim painted. Plastic is hung in the opening in order to prevent overspray from settling in the Garage.

When all the trim is painted and has dried, it is covered with paper prior to painting the walls.

Since the Living Room fireplace surround is painted the same as the trim, it is covered with plastic, ready for wall paint.

Basement Bath Tub and Vanity cabinet covered with plastic, ready for wall paint.

The Hall Linen closet shelving and surrounding walls with paint applied.

The Laundry room shelving and surrounded walls with paint applied.

The Laundry room shoe shelving and surrounded wall with paint applied.

The Kitchen cabinets covered with plastic, and the walls painted. View looking from the Living Room toward the Kitchen.

The walls painted. View looking from the Living Room toward the Kitchen and the Entry.

Doors being sprayed in the Basement.

Bi-fold closet doors drying in the Basement.

Painted ceiling and walls in the Living Room.

Painted Master Bedroom ceiling and walls.

Finished walls and trim in the Basement.

Finished Basement stairway wall and handrail.

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