Interior painting is one of the most inexpensive ways to instantly refresh the look of your home. With an endless amount of choices, it can be an overwhelming task to select just the right color. Luckily, learning to deal with the color spectrum is part of our DNA at California Paints. Here are five tips that will have you selecting interior colors like an expert.Read More
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Hey, we get it-- starting a large (or even small!) painting project can be scary. Tackling a room can take hours, and we don't all have the means to hire professional painters.
However, we have good news! The process does not have to be so overwhelming, and there ARE ways to make it easier. Check out these helpful ideas to use for your next project!
In the second feature in our new series, Spotlight On Local Paint Dealers, we visit Scot Sweeney of Able Paint. Able Paint is located in the breathtaking and oft-visited city of Burlington, Vermont. Operated for over 20 years, it is a family owned and operated business that focuses on personalized customer service. This means that when you visit Able Paint to purchase California Paints, you will be met with outstanding care and expert knowledge.
Topics: paint colors, paint color, spotlight, local dealer, Vermont, feature, color, colors, Local dealers, local paint dealers, local business owners, paint contractors, color names, Burlington, Able Paint
As part of California Paints' commitment to excellence, our products are sold by independent dealers. This guarantees that when you purchase our products, you will be helped by high quality paint experts who can tell you how to create beautiful, unique spaces.
Topics: Staff Spotlight, paint color, painting contractor, spotlight, local dealer, Vermont, Manchester, interview, feature, kitchen, kitchen design, color, colors, Local dealers, RK Miles, Kookaburra Licorice, kitchen improvement, local paint dealers, local business owners
Over 2,500 athletes from 88 nations around the world are eagerly waiting for the start of the 2014 Winter Olympics in snowy Sochi, Russia.
Topics: interior paint, paint colors, color schemes, color trends, paint color, color names, neutral colors, 2014 Olympics, Winter Olympics, Sochi, nature, blue paint, blue, white, winter, bedroom, sitting room
If you are one of the tenacious few who have kept your new year’s resolutions, I commend you. For the rest of us, we have a second chance at a new beginning. On Friday, January 31st, comes the first day of the Chinese New Year.
This guest post was published June 21, 2013
Historic paint colors were anything but boring, and despite the iconic presidential residence being one of the first things to mind when thinking of American paint colors, white was rarely actually used as a feature house color in America. As it was traditionally hard to produce and maintain vibrant white paints, this point is only reinforced when you refer to that the White House was exposed sandstone for many years before it ever received a coat of whitewash (to protect the stone from winter more than cosmetics). It would be another 20 years before it had actually received a coat of (oil-based) white paint.
We stumbled across an infographic by Wholesale Furniture Brokers, depicting the evolution of Living Room design trends in North America dating back to the early 1800's.
Now that it is April, most of us are now past winter weather and hopefully enjoying a mood boost from some Spring sunshine. However this sunshine may be a double-edged sword as you suddenly are noticing how faded that color in the living room is, or how your exterior paint job simply isn't weathering elegantly. Now is the time of year to start planning out your painting projects, and we are here to help!
Below you will find an infographic we crafted out of Tips for Choosing a Painting Contractor, but also recomend you check out our Pinterest account, which has various boards to inspire and inform, as well as the downloads and posts available to you in this blog.