For the entry way we started off by doing some prep work. Next we added a semi gloss finish to the baseboard and door trim followed by a rich vibrant bold red satin finish. A satin finish is great for high traffic areas as they are easier to clean than your standard flat finish.
In this bedroom we started by removing the strip of wall paper running along the center of the wall and repairing the drywall damage above and surrounding the radiator. after doing additional prep work we added two coats of ceiling paint to the walls as well as a semi gloss finish to the baseboard trim, door trim and the door itself. Next we primed the wall and added two coats of a neutral matte flat finish to the walls.
This bedroom had plain dirty off white walls with matching trim and a faded ceiling color. After doing some prep work we gave the trim along the floor, ceiling and windowsill a nice clean white semi gloss finished and the walls and ceiling a smooth neutral color flat finish.
After doing some prep work we applied a fresh coat of ceiling paint to the ceiling followed by two coats of matte flat paint.
For the upstairs office we started off by removing all the wall paper and performing some prep work. Next we added new ceiling paint and a semi gloss finish along the baseboards, window trim and door trim as well as the door itself. We followed this up by giving the room a simple neutral flat finish.