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How to choose the right paint color

How to pick the perect paint color everytime

This is one of the biggest problems I see when I meet with my clients. It can be a difficult decision to make and very over whelming for most. There is literally thousands of color to pick from. So before you get started ask yourself these 5 questions.

  1. How the color makes you feel. (Calm, Happy, Relaxed )
  2. Do you really like these colors or are you drawn to them because they’re new and trendy?
  3. Do they fit the style and purpose of your room?
  4. Can you live with them for a long time?
  5. What’s your style? Traditional, Country, Coastal Living, Modern…….
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5 Reasons Why You Should Hire an Professional Faux Finisher to Paint Your Cabinets

Kitchen cabinets have become key selling point in the design industry. Your kitchen cabinets can be instrumental in selling your home. Youtube is flooded with DIY tutorials for painting your own cabinets. If you are not a DIY’er and you want a fresh new paint color on your cabinets, I suggest you hire a professional faux finish painter to do the job.

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8 Things You Don’t Need in Your Kitchen

Keep your kitchen a clutter-free zone.

If you have a small kitchen, every square inch of counter space counts. You probably have items on your kitchen counter top that you don’t use every day. Eliminate the cutter and put things away that you don’t use daily. Your kitchen will not only be clean it will look larger and make you feel so much better.

To cut clutter and free up some cooking space, consider putting away the following items…

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6 Things Top Realtors are Doing to Sell Their Listings in Less Than 30 Days

Bella Tucker porch Before

Bella Tucker Porch After

 

#1: Curb appeal

Look at these amazing before and after pictures. A little paint and some TLC can make all the difference.

Start from the outside because if they don’t like what they see when they drive up, they may not want to go in. Your home’s exterior is the buyer’s first impression.

  1. Remove any dead plants, trim overgrown bushes and trees, and get rid of any clutter in the yard
  2. Add flowers for a punch of color
  3. Consider painting and adding new hardware to the front door.
  4. Pressure washing the home’s exterior
  5. Adding a fresh coat of paint can also help increase curb appeal.
  6. Need some help painting call a professional? Artzy Fartzy Creations
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