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Painting Inside Your Home? You’ll Want to Check Out Our Top Tuesday Tips

Painting in your homeIt’s time to consider painting your home and you may not be sure where to begin. Our Top Tuesday Tip would be to hire an Interior Designer to help with the process. This is true for many reasons.

Top Reasons to Hire an Interior Designer When Painting Inside Your Home

EXPERIENCE – We know that shade blue. We know you’re going to hate it when it’s on the walls. Yes, we’ve used Revere Pewter and know you are going to love it.
FOLLOW UP – That color we selected is first put on your walls and you panic. We will follow up to ease your worries or to say, yes, that needs to be a little bit lighter or just wait until it dries, you will love it.
RECOMMENDATIONS – We can recommend painters who are trained, licensed and insured. Of course we will work with your painter as well
IN WRITING – We will provide you with a worksheet that you can give to your painted that will map out the paint colors and finishes for your project
SAMPLE BOARDS – We will provide you with large sample boards so you can see what the potential colors look like (more about sample boards below)
DECORATIVE PAINTING – We work with a team of expert decorative painters who can do basically any finish on your walls. They will provide sample boards (for a fee) so you will know exactly what your finish will look like

Our second Top Tuesday Tip when painting your home is always, always, always use A SAMPLE BOARD. You can do this, or we can do it for you. We always purchase the smallest quantity of the paint or paints you are considering to use. We will then paint posterboard or foam core with theses paints. The beauty of these samples is that you can really see what the paint will look like in different areas of a room in different lighting. We see all too often that people select colors based on those teeny tiny swatches and end up making costly mistakes. Or, they paint many different colors directly to the wall and have no idea what the color will look like in other parts of the room. You may spend some dollars up front for the sample boards, but they will end up costing less in the long run.

Painting in Potomac
This Potomac home has an open floor plan that called for a single wall color throughout the “public spaces” of the home. The moulding was accented with a Benjamin Moore White in a semigloss finish that added definition to the space. The fireplace wall was accented with a color that highlighted the height of the ceilings, coordinated with the stone of the fireplace and made the beautiful artwork stand out.

Happy Tuesday Everyone!