Rejoice, Painters, the answer is right here at the online Benjamin Moore Paint Calculator. Fill in the blanks. Measure exactly or estimate your inches, depending on your personality. How many windows are in the room? How many doors? The estimate appears. Thanks, People Who Thought Up and Made the Paint Calculator!
So far today: A woman who is getting her house ready to go on the market wants to lighten up her dark living room. She uses the Affinity palette because there are fewer colors to choose from and most of the colors are strong and she prefers strength when it comes to colors. She has … More Saturday in the Paint Shop Report
Client Peggy arrived in the shop with a humungous floor tile in a sort of warm golden yellow-tan-beige shade, that was going into a guest bathroom. White tile on the walls. White tub, sink, etc. We tried out a few shades similar to the tile and after being bored almost to death with the matchy-match attempt, … More Floor Tile vs. Shower Curtain
When people come in to the shop seeking my advice about colors to paint on their walls, I always ask them “what direction do the windows face?”
Almost no one knows! … More “Which direction do the windows face?”
Welcome to Paint and Color Blog. Being a Color Specialist means using my artist’s eye and my color and design skills to help clients choose the right colors for their homes and workplaces. … More The “Right” Colors
Jennifer and her son Spencer came in to the paint shop on a mission. Jennifer had given Spencer the OK to paint one wall in his bedroom any way he wanted to. Personally, I love it when parents do this and then actually keep their word! Jennifer said she was expecting him to choose an … More “You can paint it any way you’d like.”
For the last several years, in the world of interior painting in the USA, the color Gray is big. Very big. Can you say Revere Pewter, Stonigton and Edgecomb Gray? A few minutes ago, a client took home a sample pint of Cape Hatteras Sand. She is making the shift from deep, rich red walls … More Small Spaces deserve color, too. Thank you!