Janetta Residence
October 2008
   
All rooms looked like this after wallpaper was removed and plaster crew reapired and skim coated new and existing walls and ceilings
 
After wallpaper removal primer was applied then the start of the finish coats
 
Ready for wallpaper

 

This job was a great experience for Painting By Wayne. There were many different finishes, very fine detail, old surfaces, new surfaces, cabinets, shelving, painted surfaces, stained surfaces, wallpaper removal, patching, scraping, caulking, sanding, spraying, brushing, rolling and more. Words or pictures cannot describe the beauty of the work on this job. I would like to thank my employees for a job well done as always!

  • Remove all wallpaper
  • Remove all wallpaper adhesive
  • Remove existing rough caulking around trim
  • Sand all trim, doors, heater covers, walls, and other surfaces to be painted
  • Apply one coat oil base primer on all walls where wallpaper and adhesive have been removed
  • Apply one coat masonry primer on all new plaster surfaces
  • Apply one coat bonding primer on all previously painted trim, doors, etc.
  • Apply one coat latex wood primer on all new wood surfaces
  • Sand all primed surfaces and between finish coats of paint
  • Caulk all trim as needed
  • Putty all nail holes in trim as needed
  • Apply two coats wallpaper sizing on walls being papered
  • Spray two coats latex satin or semi gloss on trim, doors, cabinets, etc
  • Apply two coats latex flat or satin on all walls and ceilings
  • Stain all new wood trim and built-ins to match existing trim and built-ins
  • Apply two coats lacquer sealer on all stained wood surfaces
  • Putty all holes on stained surfaces with custom color matched wood putty
  • Apply three to four coats lacquer (sheen to match existing) on all stained areas
   
Four colors
 
Fine detail
 
More detail
   
Cool ceiling
 
Taped and ready for another color
 
Primer applied ready for finish coats
   
Finish coat applied
 
Getting walls ready for artist
 
More fine detail work
   
Master bedroom
 
Final coat
 
Master Bedroom
 
 
         
 
 
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
   
         
 
 
         
   
         
   
         
   
Existing book cases that were matched
 
Bookshelves and built-ins were stained to match existing crown molding and trim
 
Bookshelves are stained and 5-6 coats of lacquer applied