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I got my hubby on board with the project — I needed him to get that coat rack off and, he did. The next step was to patch the holes that I could see, after that first coat of paint was applied. The walls still need a bit of sanding on a few rough spots but I wanted to tackle the overhead work.
SOOOOO not my favorite thing to do – with the bad arm and neck! I got out the small (1″ wide) brush and started filling in the gaps on the wanescoating ceiling and ended up with this:which might not look like much progress until, you realize, it had looked like this:I will let that set a few days and do the ceiling work again, and then spend a little time on the trim/edges.
My husband finally agreed that it really lightened it all up – and is looking better than what I started out with.
Thanks for following along — more later! By next week I should have this section done and the coat rack and railing back up and be on that bottom landing…