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We scraped popcorn texture off of ceiling and applied an orange peel texture. Primed and painted beams, cabinets, and paneling.
Sheet-rocked holes in ceiling. Added trim to edges of beams before we painted
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We removed popcorn texture from ceiling and installed tongue and groove type beadboard on ceilings and also built and installed a shelf.

We built shelf, stained, varnished, and installed to match other stained doors and cabinets.

     
   
Painting of stained paneling and cabinets. (After)
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Painting of stained paneling and cabinets. (Before)
This pantry was originally part of a formal dining room/living room. We constructed a dividing wall to create a large pantry. Framing, sheetrock, tape, bed, texture, carpentry, and painting were all done by YourNextPainter. This view shows the two solid core doors on double swing restaurant style hinges that we installed after building the wall that divides the new pantry and the dining room. This smaller window is where a large window was located. We removed the large window, framed the wall as needed to accommodate the new window, insulated the all, and bricked the exterior, sheetrocked, taped, bedded, and textured the interior wall.
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Entry side of wall where we closed cased opening that went into dining room when we framed, installed sheetrock, taped, bedded, textured, and painted. Dining room side with crown molding we matched up to existing. Dining room side of new wall where we added trim to match other walls and painted after we framed, sheetrocked, taped, bedded, textured, and painted.
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We used low VOC earth friendly paint and added some much needed color to the Garland Chamber of Commerce offices.
Bold colors on bathroom cabinets. Here is the shower enclosure.

 

New set of cabinets that were primed with oil-based primer, sanded, caulked and painted with Sherwin-Williams Promar 200 oil-based enamel.

Den with old style "tongue and groove" paneling. We sanded this room extensively to remove some old runs in the paint. We also needed to replace some due to cable for the TV and where an old cabinet section and intercom was removed. The new wood required two coats primer brushed on and two coats paint brushed on before we sprayed to "catch it up" with all the many coats applied over the years. We also custom made the mantle and installed the crown moulding in this room.

Built in Hutch in Breakfast Nook. We opted to paint a solid color rather than "distress" to make this section of cabinets stand out more and look more like a piece of furniture than cabinets.

Same cabinets, different angle. This bathroom was an office with a smaller bath in the next room. We demo'd all the sheetrock and old paneling in both rooms and made the old bath into a large walk-in closet. Made the office into a large Master Bath. After the plumbing was "roughed in" we installed a new sub-floor, insulated walls, framed out new shower walls, sheetrocked walls and ceiling, installed hardi-backer around shower walls, tiled floor and shower stall, textured walls and ceilings, and of course, primed new texture and then painted with Sherwin Williams Promar 200 latex paint in an eggshell finish.

These cabinets are the ones we had to strip- (see 'Jobs in Progress' BLOG). After stripping we primed and prepped, then painted with Sherwin Williams Promar 200 oil based enamel. Then they were "distressed" which is why they look old and beat up. After that we "antiqued" them which gives them an Old World look. And finally, they were clear coated with an acrylic urethane to lock in the antiquing and protect them.

We faux finished area around and under stairway.
Bold colors and clean lines like the Red in this Dining Room make lasting impressions. A tall walled Entry and Formal Living Room with great color choices are a standout when you enter this home. Wallpaper removal and custom texture followed by painting with Sherwin Williams "Sierra Redwood" color made these drab old Kitchen walls look awesome.
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Faux finished mantle Faux finished mantle  
Mantle - Sealed, faux finished (glazed) and clear coated.  
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First Baptist Church, Sachse, TX - Main sanctuary-painted all walls including wall behind baptistry.
Kitchen Before - Wallpapered in Fruit Wallpaper Your Next Painter stripped wallpaper, textured walls, and faux painted.
Kitchen is now updated with an old-world texturing and faux painting that compliments the flooring & countertops.
Above are "before" pictures of the kitchen below.

Above, kitchen remodel - Replacement of countertops, new stove top installed, vent-a-hood, wall "skip trowel" texture, crown moulding installed, cabinets-primed, painted, "antiqued", and sealed with a clear urethane, custom tile installed on backsplash and floor.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
Painted & textured wall and built, stained & varnished shelving around perimeter of room.
 

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