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eak

06:08PM | 09/11/02
Member Since: 09/06/02
9 lifetime posts
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We just painted all of woodwork white and are now deciding what to do with the banister, railing and the interior of the door. The new color on the woodwork is white, but the banister, railing and door are a dark stain. We have a split entry home, so it is just a small entry way. we have a dark green carpeting on the stairway leading up from the entry way to the living room. Should we paint all of this white to match the woodwork or should we leave it the dark stain? Should could use some help on this one!


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eak

5slb6

01:16AM | 09/12/02
Member Since: 07/28/02
1356 lifetime posts
A look that you see a lot of is the pickets painted and the handrail stained and this is a good way to go as there is less maintenance on a stained handrail. As for the door if you really want to lighten up the area go and paint the door.

eak

04:05PM | 09/12/02
Member Since: 09/06/02
9 lifetime posts
Thanks 5slb6 for your suggestion. I was trying to make the project a little easier by leaving the pickets stained and paint the handrail, but I'm probably going to have to do what you suggested. Thanks for the help.


eak

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