Your home is the cornerstone of your life. It’s where you open your eyes to each new day, build your family’s unique and time-honored traditions, and make one-of-a-kind memories with spontaneous Saturday night gatherings. You’ve come to the conclusion that this important place is in need of a facelift. But where to begin??
They say the way to the heart is through our stomachs, so why not start in the room that wafts mouth-watering smells throughout the hallways – the kitchen! Not only does a kitchen update add property value, it’s sure to boost the morale and enthusiasm of home inhabitants day after day. But don’t stop after just a fresh coat of paint! Let The House Painters take the kitchen of your dreams and make it more than just a Pinterest board.
During your free estimate, your House Painters rep will add a free color consultation to guide you in the appropriate direction and will leave you informed on the latest trends, whether it be updating stock cabinets by applying a fresh glaze technique such as tortoise shell, parchment, leather, bronze, marble, wood grain, or antiquing, or thinking out of the box with floor and ceiling colors and finishes. When it comes to ceilings and trims, don’t limit yourself to white anymore, especially if your home features tall walls with crown molding. Adding a warm tone to a high ceiling will bring it down a bit and create a cohesive vibe to any room. If your ceiling is lower, try adding a tint of the wall color to round out the room. Make a room POP by getting creative with the colors of archways and pocket doors (we particularly like the chalkboard look on doors and even whole walls). The House Painters will help guide you in making tough decisions about painting brick walls, cabinets and even counter tops and floors.
Warehouse-chic, monochrome minimalist, earthy Scandinavian… whatever approach you’re interested in, a fresh coat of paint will liven up any room. Want to have a little fun? Try mixing it up with duo-tone walls – two shades of paint in the same relative color family. By applying the darker of the two colors on the upper half of the wall, it adds loads of dimension and intrigue, especially to smaller hallways and bedrooms. Imagine feeling like the ceiling has been lifted for the illusion of more square footage! For a more subtle version of this look, use the same color with a combination of a flat and satin finish. To finish the look, freshen the paint on window sills and door jams.
Think of 2015 as the year to modernize your home with out putting a huge hole in your wallet.
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