Looking for the best way to paint a beveled door? It’s easy! Start with Area A, using an angled brush to paint all recessed areas. To prevent brush marks on the larger, smooth areas of your door (B-E), line the recessed areas with painter’s tape. Next, move on to Area B, painting each subsequent area in alphabetical order. Use a brush or roller, making sure with each stroke that the fresh paint you are overlapping is still wet. This will help to avoid paint streaks.

Looking for the best way to paint a beveled door? It’s easy! Start with Area A, using an angled brush to paint all recessed areas. To prevent brush marks on the larger, smooth areas of your door (B-E), line the recessed areas with painter’s tape. Next, move on to Area B, painting each subsequent area in alphabetical order. Use a brush or roller, making sure with each stroke that the fresh paint you are overlapping is still wet. This will help to avoid paint streaks.

I love this infographic from ThermaTru Doors. So many fun colors that would look amazing on an exterior door. source Related Stories Happy {exterior front door paint that doesn’t fade} Painted

2016 Door Color Trends (Favorite Paint Colors)

I love this infographic from ThermaTru Doors. So many fun colors that would look amazing on an exterior door. source Related Stories Happy {exterior front door paint that doesn’t fade} Painted

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