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Most Popular Bedroom Paint Colors

Most of us tend to spend a lot of time in the bedroom. According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), the average person spends about 1/3 of the day sleeping. Studies have shown that a comfortable bedroom can promote better sleep and the paint colors you select can also influence mood and sleep patterns. […]

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Ceiling Paint Color Trends That Aren’t White

When planning a home interior painting project, many homeowners concentrate most of their efforts on selecting the paint color for their walls and doors leaving their ceilings white. However, times are changing, and more homeowners are painting their ceilings in various colors that aren’t white. Painting the ceiling also adds a personal touch that can […]

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What Type of Paint Should I Use in My Bathroom?

Painting your house is not as easy as selecting a paint color and buying a can of paint. It’s also essential to carefully consider the type of paint you will use. Unlike other rooms in the house, bathrooms typically exhibit more moisture. Your choice of finish should withstand the humidity while also being easy to […]

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Kitchen Color Ideas with Dark Cabinets

The kitchen is the heart of a home. It’s where you cross paths with your loved ones in a rush to grab a bite on your way out the door and prepare holiday feasts. Dark cabinets can make this special space feel fresh and sophisticated or gloomy and drab. What color you have on the […]

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Fall & Winter are Ideal for Home Interior Painting Projects

House painting continues to be among the most popular home improvement projects. In 2018, consumers spent $394B on home improvement, and the trend is moving higher as a majority of homeowners are updating their homes instead of relocating, according to recent industry reports. When planning a painting project, homeowners often wonder when the best time […]

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How to Keep Your Paint from Fading

Have you ever moved a bookcase or picture to discover that the patch of the wall underneath is darker? Any room with natural sunlight suffers from fading paint due to UV rays. This harsh sunlight beats down on paint. Low-grade paints can fade quickly under these harsh rays. Exterior paints suffer the most under UV […]

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How to Clean Painted Walls Without Damaging Them?

If you’re like most homeowners, you regularly vacuum the carpet, clean the floor and practically everything else in the home except for the walls. However, your interior walls accumulate dirt, dust, and other stains that can give the surface an unsightly appearance. So, here’s how you clean your interior walls without damaging the paint. Items […]

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7 Calming Paint Colors to Soothe Your Soul

What’s in a color? We often discuss colors based on our likes and dislikes, but colors also have psychological and emotional effects that can alter our mood. Bright reds, for example, tend to make some people more anxious while pastels offer a calming influence. So, if you’re feeling a bit anxious, try these calming paint […]

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Why You Should Consider A Monochromatic Color Scheme

Monochromatic designs are becoming a popular interior design trend. It’s a simple, yet sophisticated approach for the minimalist who wants to create an elegant and luxurious living space. The stunning appearance is simple to achieve when you understand the basic concept. However, transitioning from a polychromatic design to a monochromatic color scheme can be intimidating […]

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Will Paint Fix it?

When planning your home interior painting project, you may notice imperfections on the walls like tiny nail holes where you removed artwork, nail pops, cracks, and other flaws. Painting won’t fix these issues and may even expose them even more. The pros recommend repairing wall defects before painting. It can be a tedious process, especially […]

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