I forgot to take pics of the backing board, however I’m positive you get the drift. Keeping with the color scheme in Barish’s room, I stained the doorways with Minwax Special Walnut and then sealed them with Greg’s Wonder Finish .
The marker merely coloured the wooden, making it less visible than before however not altogether invisible. But what the photo doesn’t present is that at sure angles, it looks such as you’ve drawn on your furniture with a black marker, which is precisely what we did. During this time, I also constructed the backing for my Kallax makeover.
After the third coat of paint, I turned my consideration to the doorways. For the paint, I again used a foam curler cowl, however I upgraded to Wooster Pro Foam, as I needed the most effective end I may get. I know “Chantilly Lace” isn’t essentially the most manly-sounding shade, nevertheless it’s top-of-the-line whites out there, in my manly opinion. We needed to go somewhat higher-end with the paint than we normally do, so we selected Benjamin Moore Aura in Chantilly Lace colour and a satin sheen. To apply the primer, I used a small foam roller, as foam gives the smoothest finish when rolling. Zinsser B-I-N has some powerful vapors, so a respirator is a must if working indoors.
I measured the height and width of the Kallax after which cut two pieces of 1/eight inch hardboard an inch shorter than the peak and width I’d measured. I primed and painted the sleek side.