RenovationsShed Interior Progress June 8, 2016We’ve been working hard to finish up this big outdoor project and have made so much progress. Today, I’m going to give you a little tour of what we’re looking like inside. As a reminder, here’s the before. Lots of dark wood, some spray paint graffiti I just realized I didn’t get a good shot of, and stuff. Lots and lots of stuff. If you missed the rest of the befores and plans, you can check them out here. First we cut windows, leaving us with a much more open space. And now, here’s what we’ve got going on. The original plan was to paint the walls and ceiling white, but as we started painting the walls, we decided to leave the ceiling untouched. I love the contrast between the two and I always want my rooms to have a wood element. It fits the rustic barn feel that we had in mind, too. For the walls, we used Origami White from Lowe’s HGTV by Sherwin Williams line. We primed it first and then did one coat of this paint. We cut in all of the corners with a brush and then used a small roller to paint wherever we could. Those white planks with the touch of white brick at the bottom is just perfect. It always blows my mind what a little white paint can do. I’m loving how open the entrance feels now! I’ll break down exactly what we did there in a later post. The big reveal will be this Friday and I’m so excited about it. I’ll break down the budget and exterior details next week. Check back Friday for the big reveal, y’all!