Refreshing your room with a new color is a great way to make your space feel new again. Painting a room however, can be a daunting task. Our painting professional is here to give you his on the job tips and tricks to getting through your project with ease.
You may not be aware of it, but your home is being invaded. Commercial design has been creeping into residential spaces for some time now—first into mid-century modern and contemporary décors and now into every type of residential space. It’s hard to avoid (not that you should), because so many products designed for the home are commercially inspired. Why should you be excited about the commercial invasion? For the simple reason that it works!
Summer’s here at last, and it’s the perfect time to work on your home’s “curb appeal.” Curb appeal refers to the impression your home makes from the street. Since there are more people out and about in the summer—walking dogs, riding bikes, taking an evening jog or a morning stroll—increasing your home’s curb appeal is a nice gesture to enhance the aesthetic of the neighborhood.
When starting a new painting project, one of the first questions is "how much paint do I need?". It's the most important step to prepping your home improvement project. Learn the rule-of-thumb tricks straight from the pros on figuring out just how many gallons you need for your next painting project.
Perhaps you’ve considered the advantages of downsizing (a simpler lifestyle, less home maintenance and upkeep, and a potentially smaller mortgage) and the challenges (limited storage, less space for entertaining and a feeling of being “cramped”). But the transition can still be a difficult one. Here are some suggestions for helping you capitalise on your new, smaller digs.