Jeff C
Jeff C
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  • Broadview Heights, OH

Bedroom Turned Office


I finally found some pictures of the room before I started working on it. Now I'm able to show off the 99% completion of the bedroom turned office. The process took a few months but the end result is almost exactly what I had in mind when starting. One of the important lessons I learned during the transition was to never apply painters tape to the ceiling in order to get a nice clean line near the
bedroom turned office, craft rooms, home decor, home office, painting
bedroom turned office, craft rooms, home decor, home office, painting
bedroom turned office, craft rooms, home decor, home office, painting
bedroom turned office, craft rooms, home decor, home office, painting
bedroom turned office, craft rooms, home decor, home office, painting
bedroom turned office, craft rooms, home decor, home office, painting
bedroom turned office, craft rooms, home decor, home office, painting
bedroom turned office, craft rooms, home decor, home office, painting
bedroom turned office, craft rooms, home decor, home office, painting
bedroom turned office, craft rooms, home decor, home office, painting
bedroom turned office, craft rooms, home decor, home office, painting
bedroom turned office, craft rooms, home decor, home office, painting
bedroom turned office, craft rooms, home decor, home office, painting
bedroom turned office, craft rooms, home decor, home office, painting
bedroom turned office, craft rooms, home decor, home office, painting

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  • Warren G.
    on Oct 28, 2012

    Very nice job...

  • Z
    on Nov 4, 2012

    The wall color is beautiful @Jeff C. The wood tones look perfect with it! Great transformation. As for the ceilings, and I know real painters are going to think I'm nuts, but if I paint the ceilings I prefer to do them last since it's easier to mask off the wall. I know there's a chance of drips, but if I'm careful to not over fill the roller it's minimal if at all and I always have a helper that keeps an eye out for any spills so they can be wiped off immediately. The most important thing about using painters tape is to make sure the paint you're using it on has cured for at least a week and that you remove it as soon as you're finished painting before the paint is dry. If you don't then you should use an utility knife running it along the edge of the tape.

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