Two Fridays ago I showed you our new front door, and here’s how it looks after a fresh coat of paint…
Saturday morning I went over to The Paint Spot and picked up two quarts of paint: Benjamin Moore’s St. Lucia Teal for the front and a white semi-gloss by Pittsburgh Paints.
Joshua helped me remove the hardware and after a couple episodes of Property Brothers played in the background, my two coats of the front of the door were done.
I don’t know if the fact it was 100+°F out or what, but the Benjamin Moore paint went on so smoothly! I was very impressed, and I can see why everyone is such a big fan of this paint.
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Entry, Exterior, Robinson Ranch
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I’m going to be honest, I wasn’t sure I would like the colour of your new door before you painted it. However, the end result looks great! I do like the colour very much. I can’t say I could ever use the BM brand though. Peter is manager at General Paint (who are owned by Sherwin Williams) so I will always buy paint from them, no matter what. I think they have wonderful products anyway.
You know, I kinda felt the same way at first, especially after I went and got the paint sample. Once I put the actual color on the door I felt confident in my color choice
I’d probably use Sherwin Williams, but the paint shop I went to for Benjamin Moore is super close to my house compared to Sherwin Williams (about 10 miles or so away).
I love the color of the door! It turned out great!
Hey Cristina, I painted my front door red and it makes the house have a whole different look. Great work!
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