Remember that time I wanted to remove the wallpaper downstairs and the infamous phrase “While we’re at it” turned it into a complete basement remodel with heated tile floors and a bar with a beer tap? Or last year when I decided to paint the bathroom, when my company had its holiday shut down, which turned into painted floors, new counter top and finally a new knob last month?

Well, it’s happening again. My company is shutting down again for a week and a half and we’re going to install new doors. We ordered 6 new doors, a boat-load of hinges (PSA hinges on Amazon are the best deal) and these knobs. All the upstairs doors are getting replaced- main bathroom, office, hall closet, front bedroom, master bedroom and master bathroom. “While we’re at it”, let’s get that board and batten up too.

JELD-WEN 30 in. x 80 in. Smooth 2-Panel Arch Top Painted Molded Interior Door Slab

In preparation for the new doors we wanted to get all the trim and frames painted white. While I was baking cookies last Saturday, Nolan removed the baseboard and doors (talk about no privacy!), caulked around all the trim, primed the trim and painted the hallway ceiling. What a guy! The next day we tag-teamed and finished the trim with three coats of white paint. IMG_3521

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Let’s just hope that this “Oh, I have a week and a half off of work” project doesn’t take all year, like my painted bathroom did. 🙂

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