If you’ve ever had to paint a ceiling, you’re probably laughing at the title of this blog post. Because you’ve been there. The mess, looking up for ev-ah and you’ve experienced the agony of painting a ceiling. Or at least I have. It’s one of the things I hate the most about giving any space a makeover. But if I’m going to give the walls a fresh coat of paint, the ceiling is going to get it, too. After painting my kitchen ceiling I learned a couple of things: A) you can paint a ceiling without making a huge freaking mess everywhere + B) you can also do it without getting a crick in your neck. Intrigued? Read on….
My secret weapon? HomeRight’s Paint Stick. Ya’ll. This. Is. A. Game. Changer. I’ve used them on walls before, but for some strange reason it never occurred to me to use it on the ceiling. Can you say, “duh”? Because I felt totally dumb for never using the thing on the ceiling before.
If you’ve never used the Paintstick before, you’re gonna love this: No pan, no mess. Repeat after me: no pan, no mess. (I think the DIY angels are singing!) It comes with everything you need, the stick, the lid, the roller, every stuffs. Oh – and the guard, that’s really important for the ceiling. Apparently my friends at HomeRight already knew it was a good idea to use this handy tool to paint the ceiling, because they put it in the box. See, I’m not real bright.
I will never whine about painting a ceiling again, pinky promise!
I’ve got more to share about my kitchen remodeling adventures, so stay tuned!
Thanks to my friends at HomeRight for partnering with me on this post. All opinions, ideas, words & photos are 100% my own, yo.