Thursday, March 4, 2010

Midway Into Painting

Dan and I stopped by the house last night to check out the wall-patching and painting progress. Our friends at Angel Painting* have been rocking and rolling.  

So far, they've:
  • Hung drywall ceilings in the bedrooms (where we once had ceiling tiles)
  • Patched the cracks and uneven-ness in the bedroom walls
  • Painted and primed the ceilings in the bedrooms
  • Started painting the bedrooms walls and trim — and prepping the living room and hallway for skimming and painting

Living/dining (where most of the supplies have been hanging out); this room is next up for painting ("cityscape").


Small guest bedroom ("salt glaze").


Other guest room ("sisal"). This room will look more sharp once the trim is painted semi-gloss white.


Master bedroom ("timothy hay"). This room still needs one more coat on the walls.


*Miguel and his team at Angel Painting are fantastic. Talk about some nice, hardworking, reliable and detail-oriented guys. While there can occasionally be a language barrier, working with Miguel has been very easy and low-stress. One thing that we appreciate is that they under-promise and over-deliver, always coming in ahead of schedule. We were happy with him at our last place — and we've been happy with the work he's done at our new place. 404-438-3623.

4 comments:

The Crow said...

The rooms are looking great! We are slowly but surely getting our house in order. It can be hard to try to work on your house while unpacking and living in the house all at the same time, but we're making do. I can't wait to see your place when it's complete.

Kb_Mal said...

Thanks, Tres!

We're lucky we could find two weeks to do work on the house before we moved in. It's still going to be chaos once we start moving!

I can't wait to see you guys' new place!!

plt said...

Looking good! And thanks for the painters rec - I'm thinking about repainting some rooms in my house and am over doing it myself!

Kb_Mal said...

Thanks, PLT. Miguel and team are fantastic.

Good luck with your painting. Can't wait to see what you do with your place!