A step-by-step guide for how to paint trim and doors including what kind of paint to use, what the best tools are and how to get a professional paint job.

I can’t even believe I’m about to type this, but every inch of oak trim in this house is finally painted white, including baseboards, door frames, windows, our mantel, and built-ins (HALLELUJAH!!!). I went back and forth for the first couple of months trying to decide if I was going to dive in and tackle …

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Bender Photo Collage - I used a 4' x 6' canvas with 12"x 14" blocks of 4x6"photos. Think quilt blocks. Glue pictures on with Elmers glue leaving a small border between. I nailed (every 12 inches or so)the canvas to wall behind random pictures to keep it smooth. We bought "primed" molding to frame it and nailed to wall. Paint trim to match woodwork. This has been up 18 months and still smooth.

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How to Paint Your Trim -- tips for how to paint your trim and baseboards easily, quickly and without ruining your walls, carpet or hard floo...

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Gallery wall with black and white photographs. (And we always choose semi-gloss for walls and high gloss for trim.) ;)

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Paint Interior Doors Tips and tricks: Changing the color of an interior door can take a room from drab to fab. But too much contrast between the door and the wall can be jarring, warns Filian. If your walls are bright, choose a similarly lively color for the door.

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