Heirloom Traditions Paint
by Heirloom Traditions Paint
2 Materials
15 Minutes
We are using the Heritage Collection All In One Paint to give our office bathroom interior doors a major color makeover. Would you ever consider painting your interior doors black or dark gray? Are we crazy? Well, here we go. We're going to show you just how boring white doors are and how much drama and class dark interior doors can add to your home decor. And best of all, the doors will have a chalk style paint look. No plastic looking latex here!

Watch us transform these doors live at the link here: http://bit.ly/2wTSiNz
These are our nice yet boring white interior doors that lead to the our mens and women's bathroom in our office. They're perfectly fine but the beautiful white wainscoting isn't popping next to the "dirty" white of the doors. White is the hardest color to keep clean in your home. Yet we put it on a surface that is touched every day in our home. Imagine how clean your dark interior doors would always look! Stay Tuned!

We're going to use approx 2 oz of All In One Paint to transform these two doors front & back. It is a chalk style paint featuring a built in bonding primer (bonds to slick surfaces), built in wax (dries to a velvety, smooth finish) and built in top coat (highly durable and scrubbable once cured). It is ideal for any hard wearing surface in your home including: Cabinets, Interior/Exterior Doors, Garage Doors, Table Tops and much more! No sanding, no bonding primer, no top coat required!
Inspiration Photo #1. This was a door completed in Iron Gate (black) All In One Paint.
Inspiration Photo #2. This was a door completed in Cathedral (steel gray) All In One Paint.
Here's the final outcome! From Blah to Classic. And best all of, no more dirty finger prints will show!
Suggested materials:
  • All In One Paint   (www.allinonepaint.com)
  • Syntec Chalk Brush   (www.allinonepaint.com)
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  • Lise Airhart Moskop Lise Airhart Moskop on Aug 17, 2017

    How does it hold up on a west facing door in high heat AZ?

  • Mary Kelley Mary Kelley on Aug 17, 2017

    Can you use this paint on wooden tables?

  • Knelso18 Knelso18 on Jan 04, 2020

    Can you see wood grain thru the paint? I want to paint all our interior doors but like the grain look... thank you

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