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Choosing The Right Paint Color

Posted by Jason Parker on Sep 1, 2011 11:53:00 PM

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Choosing the Right Paint Color

Choosing the right color for your next painting project can be the hardest part of what you have to do. We have some clients that have been "thinking" about the color for years before they finally decide to paint. Here are 3 helpful ways to choose the right color: New colors for kid's rooms – Check out these new colors for kid's bedrooms. Whether you are making room for baby or helping your teenager decide on appropriate colors for their room, Sherwin Williams kid's colors may have a palette for you. Check them out and then leave us a comment about your favorite color.

"See" it before you paint: Sherwin William's Color Visualizer let's you do just that. Just take a picture of the room that you want to repaint, upload it to the Visualizer, then start “painting.” The visualize let’s you choose different colors and finish. This is perfect if you just need to “see” it. With this tool, you can spend hours playing with different colors until you find just the right one for you. A fun tool for picking the right color.

Use a decorator. I often hear that using a decorator is expensive. With clients that are painting several rooms, we find that bring in our decorator not only save them money (not having to repaint because they hate the color), but also the final look is so much more "put together" that they just love the result. So now, we offer a free hour color consult with qualifying paint projects. Choosing colors does not have to be hard or difficult or expensive. Don’t have time to paint yourself, but need to get a room or two freshened up? Give us a call, with the help of our interior decorator, we can help you pick colors and get the room painted. You’ll be loving the look sooner than you think.

Topics: Residential Painting, Commercial Painting