I’ve been trying to be a good girl and keep my my cleaning at least once a week.
But last week I felt so guilty cleaning nothing, I scrubbed down the bathroom instead…
That was very nice of course, but a spit polish on a mirror doesn’t hold a candle to an entire paint studio revamp! 🙂
But anyway, I did a little more work on the photo studio and solved a problem.
This angle has always been an issue. With those 3 goofy holes in the wall and the big ‘ol black hole to allow light to filter into the laundry room, this didn’t provide a very great background for photography by a long shot.
Yet this is where the best light is.
Challenge… fill in the holes! And neutral it up so everything kinda blends.
This farm table has been with me a LONG time. I use it for most of my shoots for smaller projects to sit on. I added casters to the legs (can’t find the post!) but never did finish the top after sanding down all the paint.
But it was riddled with holes. So they were filled then the door was freshened up with a coat of Fusion Mineral Paint in Casement. More on that soon!
Remember the shutters I grabbed off my neighbour? I did a dry fit in the black hole, and they were perfect! I mean, look at that.
But not the perfect colour. I wanted them to fade away moreso.
This stuff is GREAT! It’s called Rustoleum Paint & Primer in white satin. I’ll be stocking more of this stuff.
It covered in about 3 light coats and dried super fast.
Lots of depth and protection now.
I can tilt the shutters to open to allow light in when not needing them closed for photography.
Are you still busy cleaning up rooms too?
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