door with 2 side panels. Each have a narrow window. I want to freshen up the look from the inside but should I also paint the outside? Is it possible to do this myself and have a good quality result or should I hire a professional and how much should I expect to pay if I hire someone?
paint from C2 called Architectural White. You may want to get samples of these whites (the C2 and the Benjamin Moore's) to compare in your own home, as you may like a softer, creamier white, or you may like a crisp, sharp white....hard to say without seeing them in person against your red!
called C2. The finish on the back doors is pearl (a bit shinier than eggshell, not as shiny as semigloss), and the doors were done in Benjamin Moore's Jet Black. The other side of the front door is actually a different colour, because black would not have worked on the outside of their house!
narrow b/c of expansion/contraction since I've never seen narrow grout lines. Is this not true? Why are most grout lines wider? Also have heard slate is not recommended b/c of unevenness - is this type slate more uniform? It does not look uneven - it is beautiful, especially in contrast w/the wood.
rollers. 2) Important to pick 2 paint colors for this treatment & for a more subtle effect, you want to pick 2 colors close together/in similar tones on any 1 or 2 different paint sample cards. And the more you continue to roll/blend, the more subtle it is overall. 3) I added some (non-colored) glaze to
be the bathroom photo showing part of the tub.