Episode 1 . The "Before"
Below you will find a quick video walk-through of what my room previously looked like at the start of this renovation project. Before the brown and blue paint in this video, the wall above the chair rails were an odd greenish color that you will see in a later episode. Below the chair rail there was a cartoonish Noah's Arc wallpaper. None of my furniture really matches, but I plan on changing that eventually! Thanks for visiting my website and tuning in to Allure Renovations. This is where I'll be posting all my videos relating to this project. While you're here you might as well go and check out my photography, videography and graphic design work! Feel free to contact me for any comments, questions, or concerns you may have!
Episode 2 . Paint Preparation
This extended episode of Allure Renovations shows the process of preparing my room to be painted. I started this process by removing the only wall-mounted shelf in my room. Following the removal of the shelf, I removed the chair rail and repaired the indentation it left behind in the wall. I also filled any holes that were made from posters and pictures that I had hung in all my years of living in this home. I also removed the old base boards around the room but decided to leave the boards in the closet since it wouldn't be seen much anyway. The old blinds were also removed along with all the mounting brackets. Prior to painting all the walls were sanded down and washed. Once again, while you're here you might as well go and check out my photography, videography and graphic design work! Feel free to contact me for any comments, questions, or concerns you may have!
Episode 3 . Painting
In the previous episode of Allure Renovations, you witnessed the long process of preparing a room to be painted. This episode of Allure Renovations shows the process of me actually painting my room. As you can see the previous colors of my walls were brown and blue. The two colors were separated by a chair rail that I mentioned previously. I decided to switch it up and go with a solid color wall and do 2 accent color walls. The colors I decided on were a shade of dark grey (Black Boudoir) and a shade of a lighter grey (Falcon Grey). Upon completion of the fist color my batteries for my camera died and I didn't charger the rest of them, so I decided to complete the rest of the painting without recording it. That decision also allowed me to finish up faster as painting is not my favorite activity. Once again, while you're here you might as well go and check out my photography, videography and graphic design work! Feel free to contact me for any comments, questions, or concerns you may have!
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