It just didn't go well. When removing the wall paper, extra layers of wall paper and wall materials were found. It was an honest surprise and I didn't mind paying a little extra above the estimate. But then, the painters seemed unhappy to have to do the job, and multiple little details kept getting done in a half hearted way. I had to ask for this and that to be done on multiple occasions, and the daily clean up was not as good as it could have been. Examples of details not done right and without having to ask: baseboards left with paint residue, plastic corners not replaced, power outlet cover cracked, door trim not cleaned of paint spatter, several spots of paint missed (white on white), sprayed water on adjacent wood floor until wife had to ask them to cover it, unused wall anchors just painted over, small dents or defects in finished wall more than expected. The sales lady and the off site foreman were both very nice and we liked them but I don't think adequate management of quality control by either one was enforced to the degree needed, even on a small job like this. The cabinet company, the countertop company and the flooring company on the same job all did much better on the little details, and that makes all the difference. Note my very positive comments on CabinetCraft.