Category

Paint colors

paint kitchen cabinets NH MA RI

How to Match your Neutral Kitchen with the Perfect Kitchen Countertops

By | Arch Painting, Guest Post, Interior Painting, Paint colors | No Comments

Kitchens with neutral colored walls and cabinets are extremely popular, but can be deceptively difficult to compliment with countertops. Countertops such as those made from wood, marble, laminate, or metal can look out of place in neutral colored kitchens, or worse, can make them look washed out. However, there are countertop options that are subtle and versatile enough to be suitable for every neutral colored kitchen. Read More

Sherwin-Williams Colormix Forecast 2019 Has Been Revealed – And it’s Colorful!

By | Exterior Painting, Interior Painting, Paint colors | No Comments

Color is coming back! According to Sherwin-Williams’ 2019 Colormix Forecast, the clean, minimalist design trends of recent years are being replaced with a blend of warm tones, bright accents, and earthy textures. With colors inspired by the beauty of the world beyond our screens – everything from forest mushrooms to the rings of Saturn – the new Colormix Forecast paints 2019 as an exciting year for design. Read More

master bathroom painting

5 Easy Ideas for Painting Your Bathroom

By | Arch Painting, Interior Painting, Paint colors, Residential Painting Services | No Comments

Though it’s the smallest room in your house, people are often stunned by the price tag of a bathroom renovation. Between fixtures, tiling, and plumbing, what you may have intended as a simple home improvement project often turns into a major production.

The good news is revamping your bathroom doesn’t have to carry an overwhelming cost. In fact, a little bit of paint and a lot of creativity can go a long way! Whether it’s a full or half bath, here are 5 tips for using paint to breathe new life into your washroom. Read More

summer maintenance and paint touch-ups

Colorful Paint Upgrades to Make this Spring

By | Arch Painting, Exterior Painting, Interior Painting, Paint colors, Residential Painting Services | No Comments

Adding color to your home doesn’t have to be time consuming, expensive, or difficult. Give the interior of your house a colorful update or add some extra curb appeal this spring with these easy residential painting ideas from Arch Painting. We’ve gathered seven small house painting projects that can give your home a major refresh with minimal hassle.  Read More

Case Study: Cosmetic Changes Make Life Easier for Seniors at One CCRC

By | Arch Painting, Commercial Painting Services, Interior Painting, Paint colors | No Comments

Nestled twenty minutes from Boston in Peabody, Mass. on 90 pristine acres is Brooksby Village – a continuing care retirement community featuring both independent living neighborhoods and assisted living accommodations, as well as a plethora of community spaces and amenities.

Looking to maintain its welcoming reputation, the client came to Arch Painting to make improvements to two of its buildings – Rose Court and Evergreen Terrace. Outdated, peeling wallcovering covered much of the common areas in these two housing units, behind some of which there was hidden water damage. Read More

How to Use Sherwin-Williams’ Color of the Year In Your Home

By | Arch Painting, Exterior Painting, Interior Painting, Paint colors, Residential Painting Services | No Comments

Sherwin-Williams’ 2018 Color of the Year is Oceanside, a deep blue with jewel-toned green, meant to “boost creative thinking and clarity of thought.” If you’re looking for a boost of creativity in 2018, why not bring a pop of this welcoming paint color into your home? Whether you want a big impact or something subtler, here are five ways to use this rich paint color in your house this year. Read More

Selling your house? How does a 145% return on investment sound?

By | Environmentally Safe Paint, Environmentally Safe Painting, Exterior Painting, Interior Painting, Paint colors, Paint Problems, Residential Painting Services, Uncategorized | No Comments

Imagine if you went to buy a car and the sales rep wheeled out a car that was rusted, the paint work was shabby and chipped! You’d probably laugh and walk away. No one wants damaged goods and sellers always want the best price for whatever they are selling. Read More