The pictures below are boring, and that’s just fine. Why? Because the sheer monotony of the walls is proof that they’ve been primed and are ready to be painted. The time to do so proved deceptive; you’d think one tiny room and a hallway would be a quick job. Nope – it took 7 hours to prime all that stuff because of the cabinetry and appliances. And lest you think this humble painter was lazy and stopped the prime job where you could no longer see behind the washer or dryer, think again. Every square inch of that room was primed, even the ceiling corners above the cabinets.
You’re witnessing the detailed work of a master.