Dining Room Transformation
Lindsey, from Building Bluebird, picked a gray paint color for the walls to bring her minimalist dining room makeover to life.
- FrogTape® Multi-Surface Painter's Tape
To achieve this look, Lindsey recommends to paint your room from top to bottom and from light color to dark. Use a flat paint sheen and apply the paint with a roller and extension pole. Then take an angled brush to trim around the edge of the walls. Pro Tip - If your trim color is lighter than the wall color, you will want to paint the trim before your walls.
Apply FrogTape Multi-Surface Painter's Tape along the trim in the room to achieve sharp paint lines. Apply two coats of satin or eggshell paint color. And, remove the tape while the paint is still wet for best results.
Add your favorite family photos and artwork to the walls and enjoy your new space!
Want to see more? Take a look at the full dining room transformation for helpful tips and tricks.
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