Paint colors to sell your home.       For walls, I use Sherwin Williams Accessible Beige. or Sherwin Williams Naturel in Eggshell finish.      For interior doors, molding, and trim, I use Sherwin Williams Super White in Semi-gloss finish.      For ceilings, I use Sherwin Williams Ceiling Bright White (it's a Flat finish).      Don't forget to paint INSIDE the closets.

Paint colors to sell your home. For walls, I use Sherwin Williams Accessible Beige. or Sherwin Williams Naturel in Eggshell finish. For interior doors, molding, and trim, I use Sherwin Williams Super White in Semi-gloss finish. For ceilings, I use Sherwin Williams Ceiling Bright White (it's a Flat finish). Don't forget to paint INSIDE the closets.

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Lap Your Cut-In Onto the Walls - If you're planning to paint the walls too, lap the paint onto the walls a little bit. Then when you paint the walls, you can err on the side of leaving a little ceiling color showing when you cut in and it won't be noticeable. Some painters like to skip this cutting-in step and save time by mashing the roller into the corner instead, but this method is sloppy, builds up excess paint in the corner and can leave runs or a thick paint line on the wall.

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Lap Your Cut-In Onto the Walls - If you're planning to paint the walls too, lap the paint onto the walls a little bit. Then when you paint the walls, you can err on the side of leaving a little ceiling color showing when you cut in and it won't be noticeable. Some painters like to skip this cutting-in step and save time by mashing the roller into the corner instead, but this method is sloppy, builds up excess paint in the corner and can leave runs or a thick paint line on the wall.

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