We can assist you in selecting a color or
(palette) of colors with our Certified Color Specialist. Our
Color Specialist will meet with you to discuss the feeling you
want to evoke in the room (warm, cool, relaxing, energetic,
etc.) and the style of your home, furniture and window
treatments to prepare a Custom Color Board for you to
contemplate. After deciding on your color preferences, we apply
color swatches to the walls of each room to ensure you are happy
with your final selections. Our Color Specialist guarantees your
complete color satisfaction.
Preparatory work is performed to the highest of
standards, ensuring that paint is applied to an unblemished
surface, allowing for maximum paint adhesion and endurance. Once
the required surface preparation is achieved, our trained
craftsmen apply the primer and finish coat(s) of paint to the
surface area, providing protection, color, and sheen.
There are a variety of interior paint finishes
to choose from as described below:
Flat A paint with a flat surface that does not reflect light and generally used on
ceilings and walls of formal rooms. Flat finishes are usually
non-washable and cleaning is not advised.
Matte A durable paint with a flat, non-glossy finish usually used for walls. Matte
finishes can endure light cleaning, but heavy cleaning is not
Eggshell A durable paint with a low sheen and gloss reminiscent of an eggshell. Eggshell
finishes are normally used on walls, have a slightly higher
sheen level than flat, and clean better than flat finishes as
they can endure moderate level cleaning.
Satin A durable paint
with a smooth, velvety gloss texture. Satin can be used in high
traffic areas because it can hold up to heavy cleaning and light
scrubbing, and is most often used for doors, windows, and other
Semi-Gloss A highly durable
paint with a subtle shine that isn't overbearing. Semi-Gloss is
usually used for doors, trim, kitchens and bathrooms because it
can easily endure heavy cleaning.
Gloss Gloss and High Gloss are highly durable paints that have a reflective shine
reminiscent of plastic. Gloss, though not often prescribed, can
be used on cabinets, trim, and furniture.