All of our trim (base boards, casings, crown moldings, picture rail, doors and 90% of our cabinetry) is being painted in Benjamin Moore Simply White (OC-117). Satin finish if you’re curious.
Here are some pictures. Keep in mind the walls just have primer on them now. The light fixtures are hanging down because the guys were painting the ceilings (Benjamin Moore Ceiling White). Crown molding is not up yet and the doors should arrive late next week.
Two of the windows in the classroom. The best part? They’re not drafty.
Sweet little Kitchen window. The light was so bright that the color of this picture is distorted. The walls do not look blotchy and yellow in person.
Dining Room Windows – color is much more accurate in this picture.
I took this picture while standing in our future kitchen and looking toward the dining room.
Dining Room Before
Dining Room as of yesterday (taken while standing in the Living Room).
Entry Way (The original front door is being restored)
Here is a random bonus picture of the heating component in the mud and powder rooms:
The wire is installed by hand instead of using a heating mat. It takes more time but depending on the dimensions of your space you can get better coverage. Your guy just has to know how long the wire needs to be. You can’t cut it. 🙂
That’s all for now. Thanks for reading and have a Joyful Day!