You might be surprised to know that creating a warmer and bigger room just takes a few simple steps when it comes to decorating and finishing your rooms. Unless you live in a home or built one that has ample amounts of space, you probably have rooms or a few rooms in your home that are smaller than you would like. In order to make a small room appear bigger, there are a few things you can do that are inexpensive and easy.
Natural Bathroom Colors
The bathroom is one of the most important rooms in the home. In fact, when it comes to real estate sales, many a sale has hinged on the potential buyer’s satisfaction with the bathroom. It is so important to so many would-be homeowners that people look for quality and esthetics.
For many homeowners, the bathroom is a retreat. They feel it should have the qualities of a home spa. So they redo their bathrooms to reflect this. When they redo their bathrooms, they address many issues like the lighting, the tub, the vanity, the sink, the windows and their treatments and they almost always address the paint. Read More
Avoiding bold color changes makes the room appear larger
At some point, we’ve all dreamed of the kinds of homes featured on HGTV or (MTV Cribs); you know, the kind with three pools and cavernous, open floor plans filled with antique furniture and Monet paintings. Unfortunately, most of us won’t get to realize this particular dream. Many homes, especially older ones, have at least one room with a less-than-ideal square footage. Luckily, you can find interior painting specialists for your Winnipeg home who can create the illusion of a larger space in an itty-bitty one using a few clever tricks. Read on to find out how you can make that bedroom, den, or office look a lot bigger! Read More
No matter what the basic color scheme of a room, there is always a place for accent colors.
Interior painting is one of the most important elements of the décor of a room. The walls are very important to the overall scheme and can provide the perfect backdrop for other decorative elements. No matter what the basic color scheme of a room is, there is always a place for accent colors. In a room which is painted primarily gray, white or beige, vibrant accent colors can be used to provide the perfect touch. Adding an accent color to a room’s design is similar to adding jewelry to finish off an outfit. Accent colors can also be added a lot of different ways whether it is through accessories, fabrics, fixtures or painting just one wall the accent color. Adding an accent color can be the perfect way to add personality to a room and it is not a real difficult interior painting project, not nearly as involved as painting the room itself. Over the last few years Winnipeg homeowners have begun to use some colors that used to be considered taboo. Here are some of the current trends in interior accent colors. Read More
The Glow of High Gloss Paint
Interior painting in Winnipeg is not a new thing and has been used in many different forms for years. But over the last few years different materials and mass production have made it possible for homeowners and interior designers to have far more choices. With more modern choices high gloss paint is not used as much as it used to be for interior painting but there are many applications in which high gloss paint is the perfect solution and no other type of paint will do. Today, Winnipeg home owners have many choices when in comes to paint for both the interior and exterior of the home. Read More
Interior Design Trends of 2013
Each year we see changes in interior design trends. Over the last few years the focus has remained on modern design with its sharp lines and geometric influences. This year some of the most interesting trends are not abandoning that look, but instead they are adding unique elements which develop it further. The use of lines and geometric shapes along with the use of neutral colors for interior painting are still a mainstay in today’s modern design. But designers and homeowners are coming up with some very unique designs which express their personalities while keeping with the trends in modern design.
Paint Chip Color
I pinched the following article from The National Post it was written by Kelvin Browne. It spoke to a number of issues we see on a not irregular basis. Particularly with regard to costs. Before I cut and paste it I will share the story about a couple that hired us many many years ago. The wife asked us to paint a certain colour which we of course did. The husband came home from a trip — we could hear the raised voices from outside the building — and changed the colour which instruction we dutifully complied with. There were more raised voices and I brought in a designer who managed to find some middle ground and created some temporary marital harmony. The message is obvious so I’ll simply reprint the article from the Post. Read More
Jets colours for a Jets fan. This was interesting in as much we spotted some remaining chalking of the surface despite pressure washing three times, so we put an additive into the first coat that will ensure adhesion to the surface.
A Happy Client
“Good morning Stephen,
I have received numerous compliments on my house already, and my fellow Jets fanatics are very impressed with the colors!
I just wanted to say “thank you” to you and your crew once again for doing a GREAT job, and for the little extras you did for me. It is greatly appreciated!