When warmer weather starts creeping upon us, there’s no better place to take in the fresh air at home than on the deck. Decks offer the perfect venue for backyard get-togethers, afternoon breaks, and quiet evenings spent reflecting on the day.
No one ever said choosing a paint color for your home was easy. It would help if you considered how you want each room to feel, which tones and undertones clash and which merge, and which exciting new hues are in style this year.
For homeowners, the changing of the seasons means one thing: time to get around to finishing those home projects. And few projects are as daunting as slapping a new coat of paint on your home exterior.
Whether you’ve spent months renovating and are ready for the next step or you’re simply looking for a way to brighten up your home, adding a fresh coat of interior paint is a great way to add new life to your living space.
Adding a fresh coat of paint to your home is one of the best ways to increase its value. In fact, a HomeGain survey found that the return on investment (ROI) of painting the exterior is about 55%. And painting the interior can lead to an ROI of as much as 107%
Paint is the most commonly used material to create a simple change with a big impact on your home. Wallpaper is another amazing decorative material you can apply to your interiors for an instant upgrade.
When redecorating your home, a simple way to spruce up a plain room and allow you to experiment with colors and patterns is to add an accent wall to the room. Accent walls are an incredible opportunity to emphasize and add excitement to your living space.
When it’s time to renovate a space, most of the time the ceiling is forgotten. Your ceiling may need some attention after years of neglect. The ceiling, also known as the fifth wall, represents one-sixth of the space in a room, but too often it only gets a coat or two of white paint.
HBP Painting Contractors offers interior and exterior painting for both residential and commercial clients, cabinet painting, and deck staining near O’Fallon and surrounding cities and counties, including St. Charles County, St. Louis County, Jefferson County, and Franklin County.