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Marrying the Old & New

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When an addition was put on the home about five years before we bought it, there was no effort made to marry the new with the old.  It was like now you’re in the 1940′s part, now you’re in the new part.  It was pretty evident and a little awkward.  So, we’ve been making changes to make the two flow a little better.  The latest thing is changing out the standard 21st century builder-grade trim with humble pine boards.

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I know it’s probably smarter to prime and paint trim first and I might do that on some days, but this day I just wanted to get them in.  So, I used some FrogTape® to protect my hardwood floors as I applied the primer and paint.

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And if you’ve read my blog for any amount of time, you know I’m a FrogTape® fan.  (They were my very first sponsor almost four years ago!)  It makes clean lines and doesn’t leave any residue.

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I still need to replace the door trim, but that’s one more thing checked off the list.

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…and the curtain hides that for now, so I can live with it a bit more.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post brought to you by FrogTape®.

I received compensation to complete this project for using FrogTape® products. All opinions, projects and ideas are based on my own experience.

  1. I painted my 1948 bathroom a very soft Spring green and the woodwork a snowy white. After touching up the woodwork, then touching up the wall, re-touching the woodwork, then re-touching the wall … I finally bought Frog Tape, fixed each one time and had a beautifully trimmed bathroom. I’ll never use any other painter’s tape.

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