I want them to go away. I have heard one way is to use a spray bottle and putty knife. I know this is way time consuming and messy. I have also heard of doing 1/4 inch dry wall to the
ceiling . Is this bad. It seems a lot less time consuming. We are talking family room, kitchen , Breakfast room, dining room foyer and hallway. for the starters.
Commented on Mar 12, 2013
Just a note on Dec 26th. We took all our Christmas decoration down. We moved upstairs with our
little Beagle. On Dec 27th 3 wonderful men came in helped either move furniture or Spread plastic over what wasn't moved. It looked sorta like a crime scene where the cleaner was coming in to wrap us up in the plastic They scraped, they cleaned, they sanded and they mudded and they painted and on Sunday evening we had our house back. We had the main floor done. Master BR, two bathrooms, hallway, foyer study Great Room, DR, Kitchen, Breakfast room, It is wonderful. On tuesday we had a new years party and all I wanted was people to look at my ceiling. It was wonderful. The guys were great cleaning every day at the end of the day.
Our goal was to build a family home on an infill lot in a historic intown Atlanta
neighborhood. We sought out one of the most dilapidated eyesores in Lake Claire--a decrepit little house that had been abandoned for over two years--and set out to transform it into a beautiful custom-designed, craftsman-influenced home with plenty of curbside appeal.
We were able to complete the project without cutting down any trees at all, allowing us to maintain the neighborhood's existing greenery while adding some of our own as well.
The existing property had severe drainage issues which were causing it to flood out the elderly neighbor's home next door. Luckily, through a combination of landscaping, hardscaping, and establishing an on-site infiltration area to house storm water, we were able to solve these drainage and flooding issues and restore peace to the neighborhood!
The custom interior of this 5-bedroom, 4-bathroom home was designed and constructed with great attention to elegant detail and ornate craftsmanship, with hardwood floors and crown moldings. It also includes a fully-finished basement with everything from a home theatre to a full bar, making it a perfect place to entertain.
Wanted to join in the fun and show y'all my favorite room in my house- the sunroom. It's where I go to read, relax, blog or just sit and watch the ripples on the pool at night. When
we bought the house it was painted a dark muddy brown color, but after a coat of Sherwin Williams Sea Salt it got a big breath of fresh air. I painted the desk myself from a Craigslist find, and the chair is an extra that came with my kitchen table.
I also love the Mohawk Forte rug that I found at Home Depot. My son spends many hours on his knees playing with his trains so a rug really helps on top of the hardwoods.
You can see all the before and after paint photos here: