Wood And Painted Stairs

My husband and i recently tore the carpet from our stairs and painted the wood underneath creating a fresh, clean, and modern look! we did this project over a full weekend and two additional weeks nights following. This is our stairs before. The carpet was old and d*rty giving the entry a very dark and dated feel. Our main goal was to rip off the carpet, see what wood was underneath, and. Allow me to share photos about how to change stairs from carpet to wood diy hometalk, creative painted stairs, dark grey painted stairs, painted stair risers, painted brick stairs, brown painted stairs, etc.

Paint sheen matters about as much as color high gloss paint is more washable and durable than matte finish but it highlights imperfections unless you plan to sand the stairs smooth and protect them from high heel dents or pet claw scrapes go with semigloss paint if you aren x27 t using floor paint add rubber grit that x27 s designed for paint traction mix the grit into the paint or sprinkle it

After knowing the type of stairs and also how to paint the correct stairs then there are some painted stairs ideas that you can try including 1 ombre stairs image source addisonswonderland com painting stairs with ombre colors are suitable for the design of stairs that are located in isolated areas for example the stairs used for the attic area of the house

While paint is perfect for making over an old staircase you need to make sure it is in good nick before you start repair any loose or broken parts and fill any dents you can paint both bare wood and painted wood but if the stairs are very old and have many layers of paint on you might want to str p them back first

Paint stair treads if your staircase is stained too dark or light or you just don x27 t like the wood look of your stairs painting the treads where your foot steps only can help the remaining unpainted wood fade into the background the right color can also make the wood and paint color look intentional and planned

If your stairs are made of wood the large bristle is perfect to be used and make sure you paint in the direction of the wood grain if your stairs are made of cement you can use rollers to quickly cover the layer you can apply second coat to get a perfect finish depend on the stairs materials and type of paint

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