Rooms to Paint Before the Holidays
Tis the season for loads of house guests. If your home doesn’t feel ready for company, nothing can add an immediate upgrade like a coat of paint, but if you are unsure what areas to focus on, here are a few tips for which rooms to paint before the holidays.
Which Rooms to Paint this Holiday Season?
Painting back bedrooms that your guests may or may not see won’t make the impact you’re hoping for.
Instead focus on painting those interior rooms with high traffic areas where your friends and family will spend the most time.
Kitchens can be neglected, and kitchen cabinets are often the last thing to be upgraded.
Painting kitchen cabinets can cause your kitchen to look brighter and like you’ve spent lots of money on home renovation.
Family and Guest Rooms –
now if you have family staying over in a guest room, a new or fresh paint color can brighten and liven your space. The family room where everyone will gather is an important room so definitely consider sprucing it up.
Where you eat your meals –
Maybe you envision lovely pictures around the table, then definitely paint your dining room. Especially if family and friends are only coming for dinner and not necessarily staying over.
Try an Accent –
If time and money aren’t on your side a feature or accent wall could bring in a pop of color and that festive feeling without breaking the bank. It could also be just the thing for family photo ops throughout the holiday season.
Not everyone is gifted at interior painting. Prepping walls, standing on ladders, and painting baseboards and trim can be overwhelming and frustrating for many people. If you are one of those people, you don’t have to stress yourself out. There are professionals that love what they do and are good at it.
We here at Franklin Painting make beautiful spaces our priority. Whatever your needs, whether indoor or outdoor painting, wallpaper removal, faux finishes, or painting kitchen cabinets we’ve got you covered.
We know how busy this season is and even provide our clients with a “virtual estimate” simply provide the pictures of your project and we’ll get back to you with an estimate. Call us today at 860-678-7701 or contact us online using our handy online form. You take care of the turkey and we’ll take care of the painting.