The current rectory chapel had been a dining area. The walls were damaged, trim was missing along paneling and the ceiling had gaps that were unattractive and distracting. The walls were painted a high gloss white, there were roller/paint marks all along the ceiling edges, and there was a foot high wallpaper border that was damaged and dated. We removed wallpaper border, repainted walls in a warm neutral, touched out the old paint/roller marks on the wood ceiling, and installed antique gold trim to edge the ceiling and level out the wall lines. Pictures were in some cases re matted/framed, made frame able (they were leaning against wall) , or re hung. An arch was created to highlight the Crucifix and Tabernacle. A cloud scape was painted in acrylic as well.