This customer wanted to have a previously built wardrobe cupboard removed and the walls made good prior to re-painting the entire room.
Having dismantled the wardrobe and disposed of everything, I was able to re-plaster the holes and grooves created in the walls and ceiling. When that was dry, that all got a good sanding. I was then able to rectify any minor dips left behind with a coat of interior quick drying filler. Again, it was all sanded smooth.
A thin coat of white paint was applied to the area and while that dried, I painted the ceiling twice using Dulux Trade vinyl matt emulsion in white. Then some more paint on the plastered area while I concentrated efforts around the window and cutting the room in. Finally, a third coat of white on all the repaired area and it was impossible to see where the wardrobe once attached the the walls and ceiling.
To finish the room off, all the woodwork was painted in Dulux white Satinwood.