we he did it!
Our front door is now a pretty gray blue! Isn’t it gorgeous! I’m in love.
In case you forgot this is what our door used to look like, kind of orangey and scratched to all hell, courtesy of Sarge our pug.
And here’s how it all went down…
First step! Sanding!
We had the primer tinted to our color, which is key.
Then we puttied any imperfections.
This stuff is bad ass and drys super fast!
Next up! Sanding again! Woah we did a lot of sanding.
We chose Benjamin Moore Wedgewood Gray at150%
After another good sanding, Ryan finally sprayed the finish coat. Look at my man in action.
We even did the interior side blue, I think it totally brightens up the room.
Next up I want to get a retractable screen door (Thanks Jessica for the recommendation!!), update the door hardware and add a cute door knocker.
Hopefully my bank account will recover soon so I can make some purchases!
I want to paint my front door! Well more like, I want my husband to paint it.
You can’t really tell from the picture but right now it’s just a stained doug fir door and I’m kind of over it.
But first I need to remove the screen, but what do I do during those hot summers. ugh Any ideas??
I’m thinking either yellow, turquoise, or light blue.
Here are some pretty door colors I found
Aren’t they gorgeous!
I want to update our door hardware as well, and add a vintage door knocker.
Maybe like this guy
When we first laid eyes on our little house in 2006, we knew it had huge potential and the best part was it was affordable. I know there are people that like a new remodeled house, but we were not one of them. We love a good challenge and really loved the idea of putting our love, sweat and tears into this house and so we did!!
Sorry for the poor photo, this is the only picture I could find of our house when we moved in. It’s a picture of the CD that we got from our Realtor, unfortunately there were no pictures on the CD, just documents.
Here is the peak above our garage being built, we also upgraded our garage doors and got a new roof.
Oh the joys of having a porta potty in your driveway.
After about a year of living in our little yellow house, we finally painted it! I love the colors we chose, classic gray with a hint of green, bright white trim and a light blue porch.
In 2008 we decided to add 200 square feet to the back of the house, for a master bathroom and larger kitchen.
The addition took over a year to complete! That’s what happens when you do it all yourself at night!
Anyway, here is what our little house looks like now in 2011, we’ve come a long way baby!