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Hey friends! Now that school is back in session I’m finally tackling a few projects again! I have to say that it feels good to get back in the groove. This first project was a really simple one that made a huge impact. I decided to tackle and share a few affordable entry updates.
The biggest part of this transformation was painting our front door. The door is the original 1950’s wood door and it’s seen better days. The wood was dry and water damaged. I chose a nice green paint to cover all the door’s imperfections. In order to get nice crisp paint lines and edges, I used FrogTape® with PaintBlock® Technology . I taped off the edges of the octagon window, the trim, and the hinges.
First I used a brush to edge the window and sides of the door, and then I used a roller to cover the rest of the door. The FrogTape PaintBlock technology forms a seal with the latex paint to ensure there is absolutely no bleed! This was important to me because I’m keeping all of the wood trim throughout our house! This door is a VERY tight fit so I didn’t paint the edge of the door because I was afraid it would stick!
Along with painting the door, I updated the handle and spray painted the handle plate. I used charcoal chalk paint to paint just the red slate tiles. I also swapped out the recessed light for this gorgeous flush mount light and added some gold speckled wallpaper to the window wall!
It’s crazy how a bit of paint and wallpaper totally transformed this little entryway! I’m so much happier with this space now!