I loved the look of this drop ceiling tile, but being in the RV I just had no place for it.That’s until this idea sprung on me as I was looking at this very plain door that I had painted gray initially but still wasn’t doing it for me aesthetically.
This all came to me when my friends and I had the opportunity to work DIY Decor Store.
They have some amazing products like stick tiles, drop ceiling tiles, and so much more.
This post is sponsored by Home Right, all thoughts, words, and opinions are my own.
When we moved into our house I knew that without a doubt we had our work cut out for us.
The shelter goes up quickly and keeps the paint contained to one space.
The Paint Sprayer helps me paint easily without brush strokes, so I HIGHLY recommend this if you’re planning to paint your interior doors (or any furniture type projects really).
My dad is a contractor and for years has sworn by this paint, so that’s what we use, but beware that it’s very pricey.
In order to make the paint thin enough (because it’s oil based paint), I mixed a little thinner into each canister in the Finish Max Paint Sprayer so that it came out evenly.
It would be super simple with a little liquid nails and our nail gun…and the door would now have character and add a focal point to this RV wall.
BEFORE Door AFTER Materials for updating and old door (3) drop Tiles- these are the ones I used.
I also used thinner to clean up the machine once I was finished.