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Category: Barn Conversion Journal March 23rd, 2012 by mbc

My current main indoor job is painting the door frames & linings that are still in their original state – untreated timber linings and white coated MDF architraves.

Here are a couple pictures of them in their ‘before’ state. I suspect there won’t be a great deal of visual difference ‘after’ as all I intend to do is paint the door frames & linings white and leave the doors as they are, but we’ll see.

I’m using Little Greene undercoat and eggshell paint following some advice I received via Twitter user @CharlieBudd, so far it seems to be a nice product. I’ll provide a more in-depth report later on.

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