Are you choosing wall paint colors for your home and using up valuable time? Do you need some paint color ideas? Call me for color help. We can consult remotely or in person. I’m spending this Fall/Winter season in the Coachella Valley Palm Springs, California, area and am available to work with you on your home, inside and out. Here are a few paint color tips that apply to most any residential or commercial architecture.
Wall Paint Color Ideas to Get You Going:
- No remodel mishmash: Choose all of the colors for the building at once. A master color plan will save you time and money in the long run. Trying to link one “done” room to another and another as you fix up the house can result in an awkward lack of flow.
- Shine control is crucial: Be sure to specify paint sheens for wall color and trim color that are consistent with both the use of the room and your interior design concepts. Many paint brands now offer a “washable” flat wall paint which can expand your paint sheen options.
- Be there: Choosing paint colors in person, in the building, is the best way to choose wall paint color. Remote color choosing works, but not as quickly or easily.
- Stick with a paint brand: Stay within the same brand of paint color as much as possible. Each paint brand uses consistent base tones to mix their colors. “Matching” a wall paint color from another paint brand can be iffy as the base tone choices the paint technician has are never a 100% match across brands.
- Choose your expensive permanent surfaces first. It’s much easier to match paint to a natural stone or wood finish than it is to match those surfaces to a paint color. The large paint companies such as Sherwin Williams, Benjamin Moore and Pittsburgh Paint have literally hundreds of colors each of green, blue, brown, white, etc. Take advantage of the luxury of color variety that paint offers.
Note: Call Cristina Acosta 541-389-5711 for paint color advice and interior design color solutions. Fees are by the project and/or by the hour. My fee is $150.00 hourly with a minimum $300.00 for the first visit. Projects requiring travel will include travel fees and a per diem.