Dutch Boy Cabinet & Trim paint (2 colors)
Wooden interior door
Decorative trim molding(precut the height of the door)
Mini woven roller cover and roller frame
Wood glue or all-purpose adhesive
Fine- to medium-grit sandpaper
Clean, damp cloth
STEP 1: Prep the door by filling oversized areas, such as doorknob holes, with a piece of wood cut to size and glued into place; fill smaller holes with wood filler and the putty knife to create a smooth surface; allow to dry completely.
STEP 2: Use wood glue to adhere decorative molding to the top of the outward facing part of the door; wipe away excess glue with clean, damp cloth; insert finishing nails with the hammer every few inches; apply wood filler over nail holes.
STEP 3: Lightly sand any rough or glossy surfaces; wipe with clean, damp cloth to remove dust or debris.
STEP 4: Using the mini woven roller, paint the outer frame; use the flat brush to paint the decorative trim and hard-to-reach areas with the first paint color; allow paint to dry 24 hours.
STEP 5: Affix painter's tape just outside each door panel; using the flat brush, paint the recessed panels with the second color.
Optional: Apply a second coat of paint for added coverage.
STEP 6: Remove painter's tape while paint is still damp; clean up any mistakes with the clean, damp cloth; allow paint to dry, following suggested drying time on paint can label.
STEP 7: Install headboard.