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Deciding on a New Interior Paint Color

Hello there, everyone! We hope that everyone had a great Halloween. Can you believe we are already in November?! The weather here on the Seacoast is changing, quick. With the cold weather and snow coming in soon, we are planning our Winter season and focusing a lot on interior painting.


As a homeowner, deciding to paint the interior of your home is a big decision. A decision that should not be taken lightly. Changing the color of a room will change the look and feel of it and you want to make sure you get exactly what you had envisioned. In this blog, we will discuss a couple tips that will help you come to a decision on the best paint color for your room transformation.



Once you have decided to change the color of a room in your house, the first thing you will want to do is research! The good news is that with today's technology, you can find just about everything you need right online. Pinterest is a great place to get started. You can find a plethora of ideas with a simple "best kitchen paint colors" or "living room blue paint" search.


Once you narrow down your color options, you'll want to make sure you inspect your room. Take a look at your furniture, permanent fixtures, floors, everything. Make sure that your potential paint colors mesh well with your belongings.


Another essential step in the color choosing process is to get some samples and to start painting! Now this is the fun part. You can head to a Sherwin Williams, Benjamin Moore, or really any local paint or hardware store to grab samples. They will typically retail around $10 a piece. Painting these samples directly onto your wall will give you the best idea of what your final color will look like. The texture of your wall plays a vital part in what the paint will look like after it's been applied.


Once you're ready to paint, be sure that you paint LARGE samples on the walls. You'll want to do this kind of strategically. Always apply two coats and avoid painting samples directly next to each other. You'll want to see what your color(s) look like next to your permanent fixtures, trim, and windows. As well as, what it looks like in the natural sunlight, artificial light, and in a dark setting. From personal experience, we recommend keeping your samples up for at least a few days. This will allow you to really get a feel for the color and the tone that it sets in the room.


Now that you've decided on your new color, give us a call! We will take care of everything from there. All switch plates, door handles, etc. will be removed from the walls, surfaces will be cleaned up and prepped for painting, and our team will transform your room with the finest precision and dedication to the project. You will just need to sit back, relax, and wait for the room that you've always wanted, to come to life.



It's interior painting season and we'd like to offer you this fall special! Receive 10% off your total contracted price when your project is booked in January 2020 - February 2020! All you need to do is mention this ad when scheduling your FREE estimate! Limited space is available and this offer expires once our schedule is full! Don't wait!!


Contact Us Today!


Phone: (1) 855-PAINT-11

E-Mail: admin@granitestatepainters.com

or click HERE to request your estimate online!

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Granite State Painters

32 Alden Avenue

PO Box 141

Greenland, NH 03840

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