Bedroom door painting cannot be more fun to do for making your weekend productive. It is amazing how changing the appearance of your bedroom could surprisingly make a huge difference for your space look. You can simply hire a painter or do it yourself. All you need to do is making sure that you know what you want and everything you’ll need for its upgrades is all on your hands.
Get inspired with our recommendation below about 4 awesome ideas for bedroom door painting.
1. Pick Your Unique Color
White is not always the option. You can choose another color to invite a new ambiance into your space. Light grey, light blue, turquoise or onyx black can be your alternatives. If you plan to repaint all the walls at your home, it is recommended to paint your door last. Picking more than one color or drawing patterns on your door can be much fun to do, yet painting it in one basic color is still favorable by many people. Make sure you find the best color you like and get a perfect makeover for your space.
You can sand and prime before you paint your door if the previous paint is occupied with latex materials, or you can also simply clean it with soap and water to wash all dirt away. When you finish the cleaning, make sure you mask off the knobs, the plates and the lock mechanism with rubber cement or a painter’s tape to avoid being painted. Clean these items later after you finish do your bedroom door painting.
Maintaining the door in the frame while painting effortlessly saves your time and avoids troublesome putting on and off the hinges. Keeping your door on its hinges will allow you to paint both sides together without waiting for some time after painting to get dry. You can also either paint the top and bottom edges of the door to save time or not. Feel free to do experiments on how to paint a new door!
A roller can be pretty much helpful and how to paint a door with a roller is surprisingly easy and fun. After preparing your paint and a place where it meets the roller, grab your roller and paint like a pro. A foam roller is perfect for a plain and flat surface. Some recommend to paint the center panels first, then you can go to the outer panels.