This latest project involved removing wallpaper from stairwell and second floor landing, then repaint. Other aspects of job included repainting bathroom, repairing some ceiling damage from water and painting a deep red ceiling.
Removing wallpaper took nearly 3 days, but, with a little water and persistence it eventually came off. It's amazing how much brighter and spacious the area felt when it was gone. The red ceiling was primed gray before being painted white. (it still took 5 coats to give it a bright white finish!)
The wall color chosen was "Lambskin OC-3". Bathroom colors are "Sylvan mist CSP-740" (eggshell sheen) for top and "Greenwich Gate CSP-170" (semi gloss) for bottom. Paint used was Benjamin Moore, Aura and Ultra flat ceiling white.
Blue Sheep Painting is based in Troy, NY and focuses on providing exceptional interior painting. It is run by Ryan Naylor.