YEAH!! Looking great. Isn't it exciting to be at this point?
By the way - I'm still amazed no one died while our exterior woodwork was getting repaired/painted. One guy did fall, though.
Are you painting the bay windows to match the eaves? It's looking FANTASTIC. Also, congrats on the new steps. It's a small thing, but an important one. I once lived in a house nicknamed "the hazard" because it was so janky and rundown. I moved out after breaking my ankle falling through a rotten porch support. So yes, in conclusion, yay!
Anna:How scary! The painter told me that he fell off of the roof belonging to one of my neighbor's when he painted their house - and he wasn't wearing a safety harness. I made sure I was at work during all of the action. I freaked out a little when I saw the photos.We're probably not painting all of the trim this year but we wanted to get a start - especially on all of the peeling areas.Shilo:I think we're doing the eaves, top eaves on the porch and bay window, window frames and glass vestibule on the porch in "Black Magic" and the steps, porch, bay window (even the window framing) and shutters in "Summit Gray." I'm not sure what to do with the columns or trellis yet. Suggestions are welcome!