Before you throw them away consider cleaning them. Paint brushes can be expensive; I’ve paid up to $100 for a paint brush. If you’re in the painting business this could add up to a huge expense over time. Even if you’re not a professional painter you should Learn how to clean dried up paint brushes and save yourself a lot of money. I use to throw brushes away until I learned this method. Do this if the Paint is dried onto the brush
Have you ever selected a paint color in the paint store and it looked totally different on your walls a home? It can be very frustrating. It’s hard enough trying to decide on a paint color, now you have to think about what light bulb to use.
Paint will look different depending on the time of day as well as the light source, there’s no getting around it. It will also affect the way your faux finishes and decorative painting techniques look as well. So what’s the solution?
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.
How the color makes you feel. (Calm, Happy, Relaxed )
Do you really like these colors or are you drawn to them because they’re new and trendy?
Do they fit the style and purpose of your room?
Can you live with them for a long time?
What’s your style? Traditional, Country, Coastal Living, Modern…….
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…
March 21, 2015
Cheryl Phan8 Things You Don’t Need in Your Kitchen