Color Combinations That Will Accent a Red Brick Exterior

By | March 21st, 2017|Painting Tips, What Paint to Use|

When the earth comes alive in the spring, your home may begin to look at little weathered and worn. This is a great time to breathe new life into your brick home and give it a new look for the summer. With a little consideration, you can change the entire look of your home by updating the home exterior while retaining the original brick. […]

Finding the Perfect Gender Neutral Nursery Colors

By | March 7th, 2017|New Projects, Painting Tips|

Getting the nursery ready for your baby can be an exciting time, but if you do not know whether the new baby is a boy or a girl you may have some difficulty in choosing a paint color. Fortunately, there are many attractive color schemes you can use to create a gender neutral nursery just right for any baby. Consider these adorable combinations when painting the walls and adding decor. […]

How to Balance Warm and Cool Colors

By | February 21st, 2017|New Projects, Painting Tips|

Painting one or more rooms a different color is an effective way to give your home a fresh new look. When it comes to deciding which color or colors to use, one of the most important factors to think about is the use of warm and cool colors. These colors can affect the appearance of your home in different ways, which you can make use of. Keep the following information in mind as you determine which tones to use in your home. […]

Tips for Choosing an Accent Wall

By | February 7th, 2017|Painting Tips|

Having an accent wall in a room offers a number of advantages. This wall serves as a focal point in the room and can be used to draw attention to certain features. It can also be used to add a bit of contrast or a bold color to a room that is mainly white or neutral. If your next DIY painting project is creating an accent wall, the following tips can help you decide which wall to use. […]

How to Paint and Decorate Your Child’s Room

By | January 24th, 2017|New Projects, Painting Tips|

The right color of paint can add personality and cheer to your child’s bedroom. When you’re trying to select a color scheme, keep in mind that you have a wide range of options to consider and changes to come. Decorating your kid’s room typically involves using more creativity than you would with the rest of your home. Use the following tips on painting a child’s room to help you out and don’t forget about our current money saving promotions running until the end of February! […]

Remodeling? Don’t Forget About Your Ceiling Design

By | January 10th, 2017|New Projects|

When it comes to sprucing up a room, changing the ceiling design can make a big impact. With many options to choose from, you can find a ceiling style to perfectly suit each room and add visual appeal. If trying out a new ceiling design is part of your next remodeling project, keep the following tips (and our current promos) in mind. […]

How to Paint Your House to Get the Most Resale Value

By | December 27th, 2016|House Maintaince, Painting Tips|

One of the most important things to remember when selling a home is that you have to look at it from the buyer's point of view, not just your own. This is especially true in the colors you choose for the interior and exterior walls. Studies have shown that color evokes an emotional response in [...]

Color Your World with a Fresh Coat of Paint This Holiday Season

By | December 13th, 2016|Painting Tips, What Paint to Use|

It’s hard to believe the holidays are right around the corner! Family and friends will soon be gathering at your home to celebrate together. It is a special time of year and everything that you are surrounded by should feel that way, too.  […]

5 Ways to Prepare Your Home for Winter

By | November 21st, 2016|House Maintaince|

Old Man Winter is heading our way whether we like it or not, so it’s high time to prepare for his arrival and the upcoming holidays. Fall is the perfect time to take stock of your home and make a handy checklist of tasks necessary to keep it in tip-top shape during the winter. Not sure where to start? Here are a few chores to add to your list. […]

What’s the Deal With Lead and Paint?

By | November 7th, 2016|House Maintaince, Painting Tips|

If your home was built earlier than 1978, it probably contains lead paint. The same goes for vintage children’s toys, furniture and shelves purchased at flea markets or found in grandma’s attic. Lead-based paint was banned federally in 1978,  with some states instituting an earlier ban, but it was widely used throughout the United States until that date. Lead-based paint remains one of the most common causes of lead poisoning, making it especially dangerous for young children who may chew on objects containing the paint. […]