This kitchen wall has three doors. The first door leads to a pantry, the middle door holds an old-fashioned drop out ironing board, the third door leads to a small bathroom.. Look how I changed their appearance!
|The back entrance to the house preented a very unattractive view of a wall that had three doors, and wooden chair rail . I removed the chair rail and trim around all three doors and within 7 days...did this.
|The "glass"door covers a drop-down ironing board,|
|This is the door that hides the small bathroom. It was recessed into the wall and made the stone surround easier to accent.|
|The pantry door stands to the right of the ironing board door, The recessed stone is faux as the real door was flush with the wall.|
|Ivy climbs over a door. I used some lavender in the shadows.
TO THE RIGHT is a close up of the bell between two doors.
|In the client's living room, Coggeshall painted stone on the wall above the mantle. It matched the real stone below the mantle. The client later wrote Coggeshall saying:
"The fireplace looks amazing! Yes, I touched the stone and I swear it felt like real stone!"