Sometimes I need to listen to my own advice. I was crushing on colorful mullions and trim a few weeks ago and wishing I could go that route and then I smacked my head and realized I could so add color to my house if I just painted my interior French doors. So I did.
They’ve been white for five years and I decided to have some fun – I chose a medium shade of teal blue by Glidden called ‘Still Waters’ and it gives the entry and the living room a dose of fresh color.
Painting divided light French doors isn’t difficult, you can even paint them in place, you just need these supplies. A tarp, a foam roller, deglosser, an angled paintbrush, a utility knife or box cutter, a razor blade scraper and painter’s tray (not shown), painter’s tape, rubber gloves, and a screwdriver or drill.