Make a BIG change in a room with a new coat of paint. There is a lot of personality that can be brought into a space to make it more personable. Consider a basic paint job or a more adventurous change to your space. Paint the walls, paint the furniture, paint the trim, paint the…..
When painting a room, set yourself up for success and be prepared before starting your project. Clear the room as completely as possible. If you are unable to remove some of the bigger furniture, shift it all to the center of the room and cover it with a drop cloth. Patch any nail holes and/or blemishes in the wall and sand smooth. Use a good Painter’s tape to keep paint off of unwanted areas, such as trim. Protect the floors with additional drop cloth material. Have a step ladder on hand for those higher walls, as well as a telescoping pole roller. Cut in the corners and borders before rolling the walls. Get a good roller (my favorite is the Polar Bear Roller) and don’t get in a hurry. Good Paint jobs take some patience, but it will be worth all the effort in the end.
Maybe bringing new life to a piece of furniture is your goal or updating a tired looking kitchen. Try Beyond Paint. It comes in 12 designer colors for cabinets and requires minimal preparations to to the surfaces. No Stripping, No Sanding, and No Priming. Simply clean the cabinets with a good degreaser, let it dry overnight, and tackle the project in no time. The most inexperienced of painters can achieve a professional looking finished project. See a team member for additional questions.