When we finished the floor in Glade Cottage bathroom we wanted to reuse the threshold plate that had been there prior to the new floor.
It was shiny silver, scratched, and daubed with paint. I decided to spray it a darker color to hide the imperfections.
First I gave it a good spray of metal primer.
I even sprayed the nail heads to match.
With one sill down I turned my attention to the window sill in the same bathroom that had been broken when we took the trim out to put in new drywall.
I had some pine that had the corners softened on one side.
I placed the old sill pieces down as a template and traced around them.
After straightening the pencil lines
I Charlie cut the sill out.
I primed and painted both the window sill piece and repurposed trim that we’d been saving to finish this project. (See how I clean and paint old trim here.)
So two sills are complete.
Have you been up to any silliness?