home interior painting

home interior paintingHow many times have you chosen what you thought was exactly the dead-on colour at the paint store, only to coat a couple of walls on the home front, step back to assess and feel truly disappointed? Maybe even confused, wondering how could the paint sample be so different from what I’m seeing now?

Most people think the easiest part of a home interior painting project is selecting the right colour. But it’s more complicated than that, largely due to one key factor that gets easily overlooked: the effects of lighting on paint colour.

Day or Night, Natural or Not?

The lighting in a room has a huge effect on colour. Never pick paint when you’re short of time and without getting a sense of how it will appear in your actual home environment. Here are four situations to note when choosing paint colours. Continue Reading…

home interior paintingWhen it comes to home interior painting, no job is too small for a professional painter. Whatever you need done, an efficient and organized professional painter can always make it happen.

If the scope of your painting project is relatively small, such as freshening up the walls in your guest bathroom or walk-in closet, for example, most experienced home painters will be skilled at assessing the time frame and materials required for the job, as well as the cost estimate, through a straightforward, over the phone consultation.

Small Jobs May Eliminate On-Site Assessment Time

The pros are pros for a reason. They know just what questions to ask and can zoom in on the particulars without wasting your time. Your basic description of the room and its size can eliminate the need for and cost of an on-site Continue Reading…

home interior paintingIn most cases, when it comes to home interior painting, walls usually don’t have to be washed beforehand. However, if you find that your walls are especially soiled (greasy from years of kitchen duty or even sticky with nicotine residue, for example), you may want to maximize the effectiveness of the painting project by giving it a go.

Although cleaning your walls isn’t mandatory in general, it may make you feel assured that the most thorough steps have been taken to achieve the best outcome. As far as what to use, in addition to the typical TSP solution, we’ll look at a few other options, so that you can pick the most suitable method for your needs.

Home Interior Painting and 3 Ways to Wash Walls

• Using a TSP Solution

One of the ways you can clean your walls is by using a TSP (trisodium phosphate) solution. This longstanding method is good for removing stains and grease marks. If you decide to go this route, you’ll need to do it a few days before the home interior painting specialists get started. This is to ensure that Continue Reading…

home interior paintingFirst impressions last when you are selling your home. What buyers will remember is the overall feeling they get when they walk inside, not the particular style of cabinets or details of the window treatments. If you are eager to list and sell your home without wasting time, it is crucial to keep the interior of your house attractive and up-to-date. One solid, uncomplicated way to help your house sell faster is to freshen and update all home interior painting. Making your home look especially attractive to the buyer will definitely get it off the market sooner rather than later.

Which Home Interior Painting Colours Can Help You Sell

When attracting potential buyers, remember to choose colours that suit the size and purpose of each room and refrain from wild experiments. Here are some good colours to consider:

  1. White – You can never go wrong with this colour. It is clean, neutral, and safe, making it a popular colour for home interior painting. Continue Reading…


home interior painting img1Nowadays, sounder environmental practices are widely observed in painting, design and construction projects. We all know that lead-free paint has been banned for some time now, and with good reason. But customarily, even paint intended for indoor use has contained plenty of toxins and other chemicals that are potentially harmful. Some paint fumes can promote symptoms such as nose and throat discomfort, headaches, nausea, fatigue and dizziness, to name just a few.

Home Interior Painting: Learn About VOCs

When it comes to talking about “greener” paint, you’ll undoubtedly hear the term “VOC,” which stands for volatile organic compound.

VOCs are a group of carbon-based chemicals that are volatile, which simply means that they like to manifest as a gas. The type and amount of VOCs in household paint generally varies with the type and brand of paint, but traditional household paints generally contain plenty of VOCs, including benzene and formaldehyde.

Since they are volatile, VOCs can “off-gas” from walls and other surfaces as the paint is applied and as it dries. Combined with the fact that the paint is usually applied to a fairly large area, this can cause Continue Reading…


Home Interior PaintingWith your bundle of joy on the way, it is only natural that you’d like to prepare a comfortable and great looking nursery where your little one can sleep and play. Of course you want the space to be soothing and welcoming, but it should also be safe and conducive to your child’s development. When planning for any home interior painting project, particularly one that includes a baby’s room, you’re wise to consult with experienced professionals who understand the importance of a nursery environment that is both attractive and completely safe.

Hire Home Interior Painting Professionals

Tackling home interior painting on your own usually makes for a tedious task, especially if you have other matters to take care of and purchases to concentrate on in readiness for the wee one’s arrival. Expectant parents will appreciate having more time to spend on shopping for baby clothes Continue Reading…


Home Interior Painting Sponge Painted Walls Vancouver PainterDesign and décor, especially good quality home interior painting, have great aesthetic value and contribute a lot to the character and personality of your home. The overall atmosphere of your home’s interior hugely depends on colour and texture. If you’re still staring at something that went out of style years ago, consider the boost you’ll give your rooms by bringing them up to date.

Fresh Home Interior Painting Contemporizes Tired Trends

Yes, about 30 years ago, sponge painting gave your walls an interesting, texturized look. But that effect is long gone from the realm of contemporary interior design, and it’s probably just as well. Besides, not every past sponge-painted effort turned out the way it was supposed to, and the amateurish results often linger as the tacky legacy of a DIY weekend project. Mismatched colour combinations and just plain sloppy execution can contribute to the outdated eyesore in living rooms, dining areas, bedrooms, Continue Reading…


Vancouver Home Interior PaintingYou’ve just had that great home renovation done, and want to most effectively complete the look. Whether your new room is a spacious, open area or a smaller, cozy spot, once the construction is done, choosing a suitable paint colour can be as important as planning the layout itself. Colour always plays a big role in getting the total look and feel you want to achieve. Consult an experienced home interior painting company for just the right advice.

When it comes to home interior painting, naturally there are a huge variety of colours you can choose from to perfectly suit every room in your house. If you now have a completely new room that wasn’t there before, however, it may be a challenge to know how to best incorporate its colour scheme into your home’s existing design and theme. Instead of being overwhelmed by a vast selection, see it as an opportunity to find a truly successful colour by considering a number of factors.

Painting a New Room? Things to Think About:

  • Pick a Colour that Suits the Room’s Purpose

Think about the size and intended use of your newly created space. If it’s a home office, for example, you’ll want to go with a shade that’s not overly distracting but not too calming, either. Something that makes you feel comfortable and able to concentrate well is Continue Reading…


Painting a Home on the West CoastSome people associate “earth tones” with some boring old browns and leave it at that. What they fail to consider is that these tones range from the most basic black to a mixture of grays, creams, browns, tans, taupe and everything in between. Deep but subtle shades of green and blue blend in beautifully, bringing extra verve. An earth tone spectrum is vast and truly gorgeous. It also evokes the perfect mood for most elegant homes and reflects the nature-loving attitude of the west coast.

Earth Tones: Familiar and Fabulous

Earth tones feature many of the colours commonly found in nature, the elemental hues of earth, stone, and sand. Colours are often low key, but not without richness and depth. The sights and sounds of the natural world are calming and familiar, and appeal to our intrinsic feeling of belonging that flows from a beautiful space. Incorporating these colour components into your home will give it a welcoming, relaxing ambiance. With the skills of a company experienced in local home painting, you can bring the beauty of the outdoors into your home.

Hard to Lose with Earth Tones

Earth tones are taking hold in stylish, up-to-date home improvement and design. New homeowners will often be drawn to the range of the earth tone palette to bring warmth into the various rooms of their west coast home. These colours are also very easy to coordinate with Continue Reading…