While Travis was home for a few weeks, I recruited him to help me paint my closet doors so I could finish the bedroom. The doors started out as wood, but I wanted a closet door makeover!
I wanted to paint the doors a deep color as an accent for the white-walled room. Here’s a before shot of the whole room, complete with one of the closet doors showing.
We set the closet doors up one-by-one on this sawhorse. I wiped them down with a rag to make sure there was no remaining dry wall dust!
We decided to use our paint sprayer for this project because we knew it would go faster! We were hoping to get them done in one day — and we did! We used this power sprayer from Wagner.
We started by priming the doors. We just used leftover primer that I had from the bedroom walls. It all dried really fast, which was great so that we could get started painting right away!
It’s hard to show you the real color of what the doors look like, because it just depends on the lighting. But here you go! I went with a beautiful, deep blue.
Here is a photo of the doors back on in the closet!
Stay tuned for the bedroom reveal! It’s coming soon!