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Backdrop is installed and painted on The Hills Line. The aluminum trim coil was cut and notched around the basement windows, as well as cut to follow the stairwell railing. The entire backdrop was then painted with Behr’s Nevada Sky, which works excellent in modeling a clear Midwest summer day with a slight haze. The feeling so far is definitely more open, more warm, and more welcoming than when the IAIS Grimes Line was in the same space.
I will be installing vinyl trim along the top and sides of the backdrop, just to finish off the space. Originally I was planning on having the backdrop top be bare, but I like the look of the trimmed edge, especially since I won’t have a valance on this layout.
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