decordemon
Interior Designers & Decorators
Brian Patrick Flynn
 

Brian Patrick Flynn

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http://www.decordemon.com

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decordemon added this to DIY Project: Upgrade That Ugly Door!
Step 4: Tape off accent panel trim with 2-inch painters' tape. While it's okay to simply eyeball it, I suggest taking the extra time to measure appropriately, then lay the tape in place to keep everything symmetrical. Two panels work the best; keep the outside lines of the panel trim 3-inches in from the edge of the door and leave 8 to 10 inches between the top and bottom panels. This is a good rule-of-thumb for creating the proper scale.

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klpearso1 added this to klpearso1's Ideas
November 18, 2013
Renew doors
Shari Lawrence added this to shari_lawrence's ideas
August 25, 2013
how well the instructions are broken down along with pictures simple but effective
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August 19, 2013
Need door ideas
Michelle Liberty added this to michelle_liberty6617's Ideas
June 30, 2013
Great improvement for an ugly door!
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June 15, 2013
Doors
mellimel81 added this to mellimel81's Ideas
April 10, 2013
After painting door white mark off design pattern before applying black paint.
Andrea Gray added this to andrea_gray's ideas
March 15, 2013
door make over
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February 21, 2013
Paint lines
Sunlight Properties Ltd added this to Upgrade an ugly door
February 15, 2013
Step 4: Tape off accent panel trim with 2-inch painters' tape. While it's okay to simply eyeball it, I suggest taking the extra time to measure appropriately, then lay the tape in place to keep everything symmetrical. Two panels work the best; keep the outside lines of the panel trim 3-inches in from the edge of the door and leave 8 to 10 inches between the top and bottom panels. This is a good rule-of-thumb for creating the proper scale.
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February 6, 2013
cont
mich1108 added this to mich1108's ideas
February 5, 2013
step 5
ssmith90 added this to Curb Appeal
September 1, 2012
Update to plain door
megakatz added this to DYI
August 20, 2012
Doorpaint
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July 13, 2012
Doors paint idears
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June 5, 2012
Front door painters tape
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March 20, 2012
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February 19, 2012
Paint doors
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January 29, 2012
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makenziemarie added this to makenziemarie's ideas
January 19, 2012
scale for symmetry
leigh16 added this to bedroom
August 10, 2011
Step 4: Tape off accent panel trim with 2-inch painters' tape. While it's okay to simply eyeball it, I suggest taking the extra time to measure appropriately, then lay the tape in place to keep everything symmetrical. Two panels work the best; keep the outside lines of the panel trim 3-inches in from the edge of the door and leave 8 to 10 inches between the top and bottom panels. This is a good rule-of-thumb for creating the proper scale
irishcat added this to cool DIY stuff
August 9, 2011
Door makeover
jokthomp added this to DIY!!!
August 2, 2011
Guide to panel creation..
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July 28, 2011
Door
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July 20, 2011
Like!
kymom756 added this to upgrade the hollow core doors
April 10, 2011
Step 4: Tape off accent panel trim with 2-inch painters' tape. While it's okay to simply eyeball it, I suggest taking the extra time to measure appropriately, then lay the tape in place to keep everything symmetrical. Two panels work the best; keep the outside lines of the panel trim 3-inches in from the edge of the door and leave 8 to 10 inches between the top and bottom panels. This is a good rule-of-thumb for creating the proper scale.
pearll added this to For my wardrobe doors
March 8, 2011
Tape off accent panel trim with 2-inch painters' tape. While it's okay to simply eyeball it, I suggest taking the extra time to measure appropriately, then lay the tape in place to keep everything symmetrical. Two panels work the best; keep the outside lines of the panel trim 3-inches in from the edge of the door and leave 8 to 10 inches between the top and bottom panels. This is a good rule-of-thumb for creating the proper scale.
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