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Old 05-30-2013, 09:37 AM   #1
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So I am wood graining a door to a wine cellar. When you are in the game room, it opens toward you. All of the trim in the basement is white except inside the wine cellar. The reveal and jamb should be white, correct? That way when the door is shut, the door is wood and everything around it is white. Right?

The painter told her I would wood grain just the reveal to match the door.
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Yup the jamb should be white.. Tell them I said so! lol
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Thank you, I will. haha
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So The reveal and jamb should be white, correct? That way when the door is shut, the door is wood and everything around it is white. Right?
Yes.
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Shut the door and look at it from the wine cellar. Everything you see, on that jamb belongs to that room. Whatever you can't see belongs to the other side.
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Yup, then white.
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