*100 of the most popular shades
*1400 unique hues
*100 of the most popular colors (This is a good section to start with. Sometime the Core Palette can be a little overwhelming to start with).
*96 deep, bold colors to compliment any project
Then, Now & Forever
*142 historically accurate colors and 158 popular now colors
As you are picking colors make sure you know what the symbols mean. Sometimes yellow and white colors marked LH will need 3 or 4 coats to properly cover. Make sure your contract has the correct amount of coats for the colors you have select
*Notes: Most all color cover in two coats.
Precision Painting Can Help Choose the Perfect Colors for Your Home
Here are a few tips to consider when choosing colors for Exterior and/or Interior
Calabasas Painter Interior Projects
1) Light colors make a room seem larger, while dark colors are best for accenting recessed areas and highlighting details.
2) Use items in a room to provide color hints. Pick a piece of furniture, art or even a pillow for inspiration. Select your color preference and see what other collors work well with it.
2) Connecting rooms should share color elements. For example, using the same color on molding in adjoining rooms unifies an open space.
3) Use light and dark colors to create interest. Attractive architectural features, such as molding and columns, can be emphasized by painting them darker or lighter colors.
4) Consider the home’s flooring. The color of the carpet, tile or hardwood flooring plays an important role in the feel of a room and affects how a color appears.
5) Pay attention to the trim in a room. Painting the trim and walls the same color will remove attention to the trim and make it less noticeable. Using a contrasting color for the trim will give it a focal point, making the room more interesting, and add some dimension to the room.
Calabasas Painter Exterior Projects
1) For Certain styles of homes, research the appropriate traditional color schemes for time-tested ideas that work
2) Pick a color that compliments the home’s brick, siding, stone or roofing
3) Choose a color scheme that blends with the neighborhood.
If required, check with the homeowners’ association for any color restrictions
4) Because color may appear different depeding on the time of day, paint a section of the house where the body, trim and accent colors can be viewed together. Then check the colors throughout the day to see how they look
5) Pick a color that compliments the home’s brick, siding, stone or roofing
6) Choose a color scheme that blends with the neighborhood. If required, check with the homeowners’ association for any color restrictions
The Difference is in the details
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