How to Make Your Front Door Look High-End (on the Cheap!)

Do THIS to your front door to make it look so much better!

Autumn wreath on a dark wood front door. The front door has glass panels with shades inside to control the lighting.  The warm color palette with the tan vinyl siding is perfect for the fall and a warm and cozy entrance.  Beautiful large molding and casing around the front door with some recessed lighting to give the porch some light at night.

Autumn wreath on a dark wood front door. The front door has glass panels with shades inside to control the lighting. The warm color palette with the tan vinyl siding is perfect for the fall and a warm and cozy entrance. Beautiful large molding and casing around the front door with some recessed lighting to give the porch some light at night.

Looking for the best way to paint a beveled door? It’s easy! Start with Area A, using an angled brush to paint all recessed areas. To prevent brush marks on the larger, smooth areas of your door (B-E), line the recessed areas with painter’s tape. Next, move on to Area B, painting each subsequent area in alphabetical order. Use a brush or roller, making sure with each stroke that the fresh paint you are overlapping is still wet. This will help to avoid paint streaks.

Looking for the best way to paint a beveled door? It’s easy! Start with Area A, using an angled brush to paint all recessed areas. To prevent brush marks on the larger, smooth areas of your door (B-E), line the recessed areas with painter’s tape. Next, move on to Area B, painting each subsequent area in alphabetical order. Use a brush or roller, making sure with each stroke that the fresh paint you are overlapping is still wet. This will help to avoid paint streaks.

This quick trim refurbish will make your guests smile

Do THIS to your front door to make it look so much better!

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