Monthly Archives: January 2004

Dining Room – The Restoration – Woodwork Removal

With the ceiling texture removed, it was time to remove the woodwork so the walls can be repaired.  Here’s a shot of the southwest corner. The southeast corner. The northeast corner. The north wall, along with the pile of woodwork … Continue reading

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Dining Room – The Restoration – Ceiling Texture Removal Complete

The center medallion about as clean as it’s going to get.  A lot of the mustard yellow paint came off with the ceiling texture, exposing the plaster underneath. The ceiling fan was installed off-center from where the original lighting was … Continue reading

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Dining Room – The Restoration – Revealing More Paintings On The Old Walls

On the east wall, between the windows, we’ve now found a boat and what appears to be a rock. Close up of the boat. On the east wall, near the northeast corner, there are some hills surrounding the first boat … Continue reading

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Dining Room – The Restoration – Ceiling Texture Removal Continued

More of the ceiling texture removed revealing a bit more of the medallion in the center of the ceiling. Better photo of the design. Close up of the design. Entire medallion as viewed from directly below.

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Dining Room – The Restoration – Ceiling Texture Removal Continued

After a couple of days of scraping, the ceiling is almost completely rid of the ugly popcorn texture.  It appears that the ceiling was originally painted a green color, and had an interesting medallion type thing painted in the center. … Continue reading

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