Minnesota ResidenceTransitional Bedroom, Minneapolis
A great way to brighten up a bedroom is with painted nightstands. In this case, we wanted to maintain a calming environment with neutral wall colors and bedding. To add a bit of cheer to the space, we upholstered two lounge chairs and painted both nightstands similar shaded of aqua. Martha O'Hara Interiors, Interior Design | L. Cramer Builders + Remodelers, Builder | Troy Thies, Photography | Shannon Gale, Photo Styling
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After covering furnishings and floors to protect them, and using tape to mask off areas that won’t be painted, the painters repair surface imperfections — caulking holes and cracks and spackling any dents in the drywall. Then they usually apply a primer, which provides a smooth surface for the topcoat of paint. Generally, the standard is two coats of paint for most interior projects. Standard latex paint dries in three to six hours, and millwork (wood trim around doors and windows, baseboards, chair rails) dries in about 24 hours. When the painting is done, the crew should clean rooms of debris and dust, and move furniture back into place.
Punches of aqua augment the warm gray walls in the master bedroom. Tongue and groove paneling adorns the tray ceiling.Paint: Winter Gates, Benjamin Moore