I had a grand plan to put up my own crown molding. I have this friend, met through the online design world, who does amazing wood work in her house. She is so inspiring that I've joked with myself that I need to visit her the next time I'm up in Boston. She lives just a few miles from my brother and his family, so I'll be in the neighborhood at some point!
This friend has put up crown, picture frame molding, casing...you name it. Seeing her whip up these projects made me think I would easily toss up crown molding. So, when I painted, I didn't really get too precise with the ceiling line. Last summer, I decided to clean things up in the living and dining room so I could let people in my place. Last night, this was fixed:
That's from the bedroom. How embarrassing.
Sherwin Williams Harmony paint doesn't touch up as well as Benjamin Moore's Aura. This morning, I could see where I had painted...and I did two coats. That's what I get for cutting a corner when I originally did the job.
Wait...maybe this is a sign that I should repaint the room in Aura paint!
I'm going to post the rest of my to-do list tomorrow, but to be honest, the projects left are a bit more involved than this one was. Does anyone else make these lists? Do you put everything on them, even the there-no-way-I-can-do-this projects?