Using Color Theory to Create Color Schemes for Paint Palettes

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With the spring and summer months upon us, many homeowners will begin to embark on various home improvement projects. Whether full renovations are in order, or you’re simply updating and redecorating, a fresh coat of paint is usually part of the equation. Paint is an affordable and easy way to upgrade and completely transform a space but deciding on the perfect paint color can be a daunting task.

Tools like a professional consultation, visualizer technology, design magazines, social media, and forums like Pinterest, can all be useful to collect ideas for inspiration, but when it comes to choosing the right paint for your project, understanding color theory can be an invaluable resource when making your ideas a reality. The Spruce’s article “Tips for Choosing Interior Paint Colors” mentions color theory as a useful tool when choosing a color scheme and eventually building a palette for your project. Understanding the relationship between colors can help you to choose shades that complement each other and fit with your overall design vision and decor elements.

Understanding Color Theory

With endless colors, shades, and paint products available, creating a color scheme for a given project can be an uphill task. Where do you start? Understanding the basics of color theory can help you create color schemes with a few basic, simple color concepts. To truly understand how to use color, it is important to understand individual colors to create harmonious color schemes and dreamy palettes.

Color theory is more than the color wheel, while a color wheel is a useful tool to take a deeper dive into understanding the relationships between individual colors, there are many other aspects to consider when truly understanding how to work with color.

Color Temperature

Color temperature refers to how “warm” or “cool” a color is. At the very basic explanation, blues, greens, purples, and greens are “cool” colors while yellows, reds, oranges, pinks are your “warm” colors. Most people view color temperature in absolutes, and while there are definite points that determine the warmness or coolness as a color, some, like violet and yellow green are almost undefinable, or universal, meaning they can be used as both warm and cool tones. Understanding relative color temperature can be helpful when choosing a paint color to find the exact shade you have in mind more quickly.

Undertones

One of the most effective techniques to choosing the perfect shade of paint, especially as it relates to neutrals, is understanding color undertones. All colors have a mass tone, the color you directly see, and many colors may also have an undertone. Identifying the undertones in a color scheme or palette is essential to creating harmonious color combinations—and here’s why: If you seem to have created a color scheme that should work, but doesn’t, the undertones of the selected colors are likely fighting each other instead of working together. Start by comparing like colors side-by-side so you can examine the differences in undertone.

Color Harmony

To create harmonious color combinations, start with the basics, the twelve hues of the color wheel are divided into primary, secondary, and tertiary colors. The three primary colors, red, blue, and yellow in theory can be mixed together to create all other colors. By mixing two adjacent primary colors, the three secondary colors, green, violet, and orange are created. Tertiary colors are hues created by mixing a primary with an adjacent secondary color. Six tertiary colors are yellow-green, blue-green, blue-violet, red-violet, red-orange, and yellow orange.

Color Schemes for Paint vs. Color Palettes

Often used interchangeably, color schemes and color palettes are different.

Color Schemes refers to the framework of how colors are selected and paired together. A color scheme is based on color theory. There are different types of color schemes. To easily start creating color schemes you need a basic, inexpensive color wheel to show how colors relate to one another. The placement of colors around the wheel is not random, but rather the spectral order (rainbow), forms a complete circle. Each color’s placement is designed to help identify harmonious combinations, whether used in mixing paint, or building schemes, a color wheel can be a useful tool to the basics of understanding how to work with color in an effective way.

A color palette is more specific and refers to the actual colors chosen based on a decided upon color scheme. A palette is specific shades or even the exact paint colors being used in the scope of a specific project.

Types of Color Schemes that Create Color Harmony

  • Monochromatic is made from a single-color family. In most palettes and designs, monochromatic schemes are made up of tints, shades, and tones from the same color family combined with white, black, and gray.
  • Complementary or two-color harmony is created by pairing two colors positioned directly across from one another on the color wheel. A complementary scheme has the highest degree of color contrast.
  • Analogous two or more colors that are positioned side-by-side on the color wheel.To create this scheme, choose a main color on the wheel and then choose two to three tones directly to the left or right of the main color.
  • Triad is a combination of three hues that are equally spaced from one another along the color wheel. For example, red, yellow, blue or green, purple, orange color families.
  • Tetradic two sets of complementary colors. Using four colors can be a challenge but can also create a rich color scheme by using a dominant color and three accent colors to create a balance of cool and warm colors.

Using Color Theory to Choose Paint Colors

Using the basic understanding of color theory and how colors relate to one another gives you a leg up on choosing the perfectly balanced color palette when giving your space a makeover. These techniques are useful for creating a cohesive interior design plan, and helps put together all aspects from the main wall color, accent walls, cabinetry colors, and decor theme. Use color theory to choose an exterior paint and trim combination with high curb appeal.

 

About Flowers Painting

Flowers Painting is a full-service interior painting company that services the entire Charlotte metro area including Mooresville, Huntersville, Davidson, Concord, Rock Hill, and more. We recently added our second location in Winston-Salem, NC, and service the entire Winston-Salem area, including Kernersville, High Point, Clemmons, Rural Hall, Tabaccoville and more. Flowers Painting provides full painting services including color consulting, interior painting, faux finishing, textured walls, cabinet refinishing, interior stairs, handrails, and more. To see pictures of our finished work be sure to visit our website gallery.

 

All You Need to Know About Low VOC Paint

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You may have heard the term “low VOC or “zero VOC” paint. VOC is an abbreviation of the phrase volatile organic compound. What exactly are volatile organic compounds? We are so glad you asked.

VOC’s are chemicals released by some paints into the air. They can cause symptoms like dizziness and headaches. Think of the smell of newly painted walls, and that is the smell of gases contained in the paint being released into the atmosphere. It’s not great for you to breathe in, nor for the environment.  That’s why paint manufacturers developed eco-friendly paints with lowered or no levels of VOCs.

Zero VOC paint contains, as the name suggests, no or near-zero levels of volatile organic compounds. Low VOC paint simply has lower levels in it than a paint brand’s normal line of interior paints.

Pros and Cons of Low and Zero VOC Paint

  • Low VOC and zero VOC paints have little to no paint smell, making it a nice option if you are painting an interior space where people, pets, or children are living. It’s not so important if you are painting an empty residence.
  • Available paint colors of these paints may be more limited than regular paints, which you can get in every conceivable color like this year’s trending color palettes.
  • The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) does not regulate VOC levels in household products. Therefore, there is no industry standard for what is labeled low VOC or zero VOC. Do careful research about products before you purchase these types of paint.
  • These paints tend to be more expensive than traditional paints.
  • Be aware, too, that some brands add alternative chemicals that may be harsher than VOCs to replace the reduced volatile organic compounds, making it important you research all of a paint’s ingredients before you buy.

When to Use Low/No VOC Paint

If inside air quality is a concern in your home, choosing a low VOC or no VOC paint is a good choice. It reduces the number of pollutants put into your home’s air, long after it has been freshly painted. If you have children or people with asthma or other respiratory issues, it’s a good idea to consider investing in a paint that has fewer toxic chemicals like VOCs in it.

How to Choose an Eco-Friendly Low VOC paint

Due to the wide array of different low and no VOC paint lines, the best course of action is to discuss whether eco-friendly paints are a viable option for your next painting project with a painting professional. Schedule a free in-home painting estimate with a Flowers Painting professional today by calling (704) 445-7750. Our knowledgeable estimate technicians will be able to recommend the best paint that provides good coverage, a nice finish, in the colors you want.

About Flowers Painting

Flowers Painting is a full-service interior painting company that services the entire Charlotte metro area including Mooresville, Huntersville, Davidson, Concord, Rock Hill, and more. We recently added our second location in Winston-Salem, NC, and service the entire Winston-Salem area, including Kernersville, High Point, Clemmons, Rural Hall, Tabaccoville and more. Flowers Painting provides full painting services including color consulting, interior painting, faux finishing, textured walls, cabinet refinishing, interior stairs, handrails, and more. To see pictures of our finished work be sure to visit our website gallery.

Calm & Comfort: 2021 Painting Trends

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Paint brands like Sherwin-Williams, PPG, Benjamin Moore, and Behr began to predict the New Year’s color trend forecast this past fall, giving us glimpses of earthy tones and hues. Shades with the intent to promote and create a sense of well-being in the spaces we occupy in our homes dominated almost all of the new color schemes.

Read our tips for creating a unified color palette in your home.

Sherwin-Williams Color Palettes 2021

Sherwin-Williams designed four color palettes that include a plethora of neutrals and some pops of brights. In their palette named Sanctuary, that name alone breathes a sigh of relief, it brings in warm neutrals from the outdoors.  Colors like Pure White, Oakmoss, Pearl Gray, Clay Canyon, and a handful of others are sure to make any home and space feel like a haven.

For those looking to bring joy and optimism into 2021, Sherwin Williams palette Continuum has all the colors needed. From High Reflective White to Noval Lilac, the combination of neutrals and brights will give a sense that better days are ahead.

See more Color palettes from Sherwin-Williams here.

BHER Color Trends 2021

BHER also took a cue from nature and borrowed some calming hues. Like their palette Subtle Focus, a collection of pastels in lighter shades that create visually serene and light spaces. Colors like Seaside Villa, Canyon Dusk, and Smoky White will have anyone feeling at peace and weightless.

See more color trends from BHER here.

PPG Paint Color Palette of the Year

This is the first time that PPG has released a color palette of the year, and it does not disappoint. The trio of colors including Transcend, a sandy beige, Mistry Aqua, a watercolor blue, and Cypress, a gingery shade. Together they exude tranquility in a surprising yet pleasing way. Combining these colors will create a space for relaxation and restoration.

See the PPG Color Palette of the Year here.

Benjamin Moore Color of the Year

And last but not least, Drum roll, please. Benjamin Moore’s color of the year is Aegean Teal. This color encompasses the essence of wellbeing. It is gentle, harmonious, and soothing. Pair it with other Benjamin Moore’s colors like Atrium White to create even warmth and coziness in your home.

Use these paint color trends and others to update your home in 2021. Let our paint experts help you find a color palette that will bring the calm and comfort you have been longing for.

About Flowers Painting

Flowers Painting is a full-service interior painting company that services the entire Charlotte metro area including Mooresville, Huntersville, Davidson, Concord, Rock Hill, and more. Flowers Painting provides full painting services including color consulting, interior painting, faux finishing, textured walls, cabinet refinishing, interior stairs, handrails, and more. To see pictures of our finished work be sure to visit our website gallery.

How to Refresh Battered Trim and Molding

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Over time, your once glossy white trim and molding loses its luster and takes a beating, especially if you have children or pets in your home. Even high-quality paint will chip on the trim in high traffic areas after a few years, and baseboards specifically get dinged up with gashes and nicks. 

When your home’s trim starts to look battered, it makes the whole space look ragged. That’s when it’s time to spruce up your home and repaint the molding. A fresh coat of paint does wonders and gives your rooms and doorways a crisp and clean look. 

Don’t Skip the Prep

Preparing the molding around doorways, windows and baseboards is essential to getting a smooth finish. Taking time to do it before you paint saves time later and you’ll be happier with the results. 

  • Fill Gashes & Sand Irregularities – Use wood filler to erase gashes and digs. Sand the boards and filler until you have a nice smooth canvas to paint. 
  • Protect Floors – One of the trickiest aspects of painting baseboards is protecting your carpet, wood, or tile floors. Spend a lot of time covering your floors with drop cloths and securing it in place. It’s much easier to prevent spills and overspray than it is to clean it up afterward. 
  • Use a High Quality, Glossy Paint – Most people use a semi-gloss or high gloss paint on the trim. The reason being, paint with a gloss finish gives you a more washable surface. It makes it easier to clean off dirt and grime that tends to build up on trim. That’s why we suggest investing in quality paint that will stand up to frequent cleaning. 
  • Paint Walls After Trim – We suggest that if you plan on repainting your walls as well as the trim, that you do the trim first, then tackle the walls. That way you can paint the molding with fewer worries of getting the color on the wall. 

When in Doubt Hire the Pros

The fact of the matter is painting your trim and molding is time-consuming and tedious. The prep alone can take as much time as the actual painting. If you are worried that you don’t have the skills or more importantly the time to paint your home’s molding, hire a professional painter. Tradesmen that paint for a living have the training and experience to take on such a large-scale project. 

Painting your battered trim and molding is a great way to revive your home and give it that new feel it once had, but spare yourself the stress and mess and hire a professional painting company like Flowers Painting. 

About Flowers Painting

Flowers Painting is a full-service interior painting company that services the entire Charlotte metro area including Mooresville, Huntersville, Davidson, Concord, Rock Hill, and more. Flowers Painting provides full painting services including color consulting, interior painting, faux finishing, textured walls, cabinet refinishing, interior stairs, handrails, and more. To see pictures of our finished work be sure to visit our website gallery.

The 3 Best Paint Choices for Walls with Chair Rails

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Chair rails also referred to as dado rails, are architectural elements like wainscoting that visually divide a wall. Chair rails, specifically, have a history dating back to the eighteenth century. In dining rooms during this era, chairs were pushed up against the walls rather than around the tables while not in use. The chair rail functioned as a buffer, to protect the walls, and often wallpaper from being damaged.

As home trends evolved, chair rails disappeared for some time and then made a comeback at the beginning of the 20th century as more decorative, than functional.

Today, chair rails have been dressed up with wainscoting, picture frame molding, or board and baton in hallways, dining rooms, kitchens, and even bedrooms. The question for many homeowners with this decorative element in their homes is what is the best way to paint chair rails?

The answer depends on the effect that you want to achieve in the specific space, as well as the overall feel of your home.

There are three options for painting chair rails that will give a room a different visual effect but are equally dynamic in their own right.

Light Color on Top

 Proven to be the more traditional way to paint chair rails in homes, this option selects a light color for the top portion of the wall and pairs it with a darker color on the bottom. Picking a light neutral color for the top, and a dark, contrasting paint color for the bottom gives the visual effect of heightened ceilings and makes the room appear taller.

Light Color on Bottom

With this option, the bottom portion of the wall, along with the chair rail and other ornamental wood embellishments is painted white, and the top is painted a dark color. Dark shades bring sophistication to a room but can be overpowering when painted on an entire wall. The white contrast tones down the dark shade bringing a fresh, crisp balance to the room.

Same Color on Top and Bottom

This option breaks away from the traditional and leans more modern. The way to achieve this modern look is to paint the walls above and below the chair rail the same shade while painting the chair rail a contrasting color. Not only does this update the look and feel of a home, but it’s also visually pleasing to the eye.

Getting the right shades and colors, as well as getting crisp lines around chair rails, and other wall features is significant in creating a visually appealing look and a welcoming atmosphere to any home. That’s why we recommend looking to a professional painting team, like Flowers Painting, to help you get it right.

About Flowers Painting

Flowers Painting is a full-service interior painting company that services the entire Charlotte metro area including Mooresville, Huntersville, Davidson, Concord, Rock Hill, and more. Flowers Painting provides full painting services including color consulting, interior painting, faux finishing, textured walls, cabinet refinishing, interior stairs, handrails, and more. To see pictures of our finished work be sure to visit our website gallery.

Redfin Article – How to Give Your Home a Makeover Using Only Paint

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As a professional painting company, we see a lot of homeowners make the same mistakes. One of the biggest is selecting the wrong paint sheen. Sheen simply refers to how glossy the paint is, and this is an important factor for interior painting projects. The glossier the paint, the shiner it is, and the easier it will reflect the light. Flowers Painting only recommends a high gloss sheen for kitchens, windows, and doors. Semi-gloss is very versatile and should be used for kitchens or bathrooms. Satin sheen is by far the most popular choice and is suitable for family rooms, kid’s rooms, and foyers. Eggshell sheen should only be used in rooms that rarely need to be cleaned such as the dining room and living room. Flat or matte sheen is good for more private areas such as adult bedrooms. – Flowers Painting

 

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New Year, New Paint

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Give your Room a Makeover for 2020 by Adding Color 

With the new year right around the corner, it’s time to get a jump start on transforming rooms in your home that look tired into something much more appealing. After all, you’re not the only one who gets a fresh start come January 1. 

“When the new year rolls around people are energized to get things done,” says Jeremy Flowers, owner of Flowers Painting. “We see a lot of homeowners ask for room transformations and one of the easiest and most economical ways to give your room a makeover is with a fresh coat of paint. Walls are the dominant feature in most rooms so when you paint them, people notice.”

Every year, PPG Paint color experts from around the globe gather for a color summit to discuss up-and-coming color palettes for the next year. Here are the wall colors PPG predicts will be trending in 2020.

The PPG paint brand’s 2020 Color of the Year is Chinese Porcelain (PPG1160-6). This color is a deep, shaded, orchid blue with a violet undertone. It pairs best with gold and tan accents such as PPG paint color Alpaca Wool. In a world where sleep is viewed as a luxury and the anxiety of a fast-paced world is all too real, it’s only fitting that the color trends for this upcoming year offer escapism in today’s technologically driven society. Chinese Porcelain imparts calmness and restful sleep while also offering the spirit of hopefulness – a rare commodity in a restless world. 

“The faster technology moves and the more convenience it offers, the more we seek activities, experiences and lifestyles that impart slowness and realness into our lives,” explains Dee Schlotter, senior color manager, PPG Paint Brand. “The need for simplicity and escapism from technology is in part, the reason that consumers are craving blues like Chinese Porcelain that bring us closer to natural elements such as the sea and sky – the horizon spot, creating serenity in any space.”

Chinese Porcelain is a rich and traditional hue that provides the perfect, agreeable backdrop for vivacious colors to pop. It can also act as a feature color in a bedroom with crisp white bedding and crown molding to provide a sharp contrast. In living room space, layer the hue with additional blues in tufted and velvet furniture, or pair with trending metallic finishes like PPG Hushed Copper (MTL141). 

Homeowners are transitioning away from stark grays and looking for colors to delight the senses. “Blue is the easiest possible entry point from the world of neutrals to the world of color, and PPG’s Chinese Porcelain delivers the energy and brightness of cobalt blue – a trending hue taking the automotive, consumer electronics and fashion industry by storm,” said Schlotter. “It also incorporates the enveloping of a deep, muted navy tone that is popular in residential and hospitality design.”

Getting Started with New Color

  • If you’re nervous about making big color changes to your walls, Flowers Flooring recommends starting with an accent wall. 
  • Start with a free in-home painting consultation and estimate. This will provide you with the exact cost to paint, including supplies. Call Flowers Painting today to schedule your free estimate (704) 445-7750
  • Call in the professionals and research who you hire. Flowers Painting also recommends checking customer reviews. For more information regarding this topic read our blog titled Safety First – Be Certain your Local House Painter is Insured

Flowers Painting is full-service interior painting company that services the entire Charlotte metro area including Mooresville, Huntersville, Davidson, Concord, Rock Hill and more. Flowers Painting provides full painting services including color consulting, interior painting, faux finishing, textured walls, cabinet refinishing, interior stairs, handrails and more. To see pictures of our finished work be sure to visit our website gallery.

 

Different Paint Sheen Types

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A paints “sheen” simply refers to how glossy the paint is. This can be an important factor for interior painting projects. The glossier the paint, the shinier it is and the easier it will reflect the light. Any can of paint will clearly indicate which type of gloss the paint is – but how do you know which gloss to pick? Would a high gloss work in a particular area, or perhaps a satin gloss? This blog will help you decipher the different paint sheen types and provide a simple guide for what sheen should go where. 

If you are not worried about the gloss, that’s okay. You can get by with the same gloss throughout your entire home, as long as you find a paint sheen that you like. But for houses with pets and children and homes that are using a number of different paint colors, gloss can be a more important factor. Here’s what Flowers Painting suggests. 

High Glass:

Flowers Painting recommends a high gloss sheen for kitchens, windows and doors. High gloss paints are more reflective and will help brighten a room. However, high gloss paints have additional advantages as well. A high gloss makes them particularly easy to clean when compared to other paint sheens, and stains will not seep into the paint as easily if an accident does occur. These advantages are what makes high gloss the perfect sheen for kitchens, since you may need to clean off spills or evaporated cooking oils from the walls. High gloss is also a good choice for windows and doors, where wiping off fingerprints becomes much easier. 

Semi-Gloss:

Semi-gloss paints have some of the same benefits of high gloss paints but aren’t quite as shiny. Semi-gloss is a very versatile paint that looks great in almost any shade and can also be cleaned easily when necessary. Flowers Painting suggests using it in your kitchen or bathroom. It’s also a good choice for trim work. 

Satin:

Satin finish is the most popular interior paint choice and fits a wide variety of applications while looking great. While you can clean satin paint, you can’t scrub it as you can high gloss paints without risking damage. For this reason, Flowers Painting recommends utilizing satin sheen paint in areas that might need occasional cleaning but aren’t exactly high-traffic areas in your home. Satin is most suitable for family rooms, kid’s rooms and foyer. 

Eggshell:

Eggshell paints are not reflective and have more of a subdued appearance. They are also more difficult to clean than glossier paints. That said, they are still a very popular choice for interior paint sheen. Flowers Painting suggests selecting an eggshell sheen for areas of the home that rarely need to be cleaned, such as the dining room and living room. Avoid areas where the walls get touched frequently or bumped up against on a regular basis. 

Flat or Matte:

The lowest gloss paints are either flat or matte. This class of paint is a latex paint that is very classy and quiet. The lack of any luster makes these paints good for quiet, private areas such as adult bedrooms. 

There are no steadfast rules when it comes to selecting a paint sheen for a particular area in your home. If you have questions about what would work best in a particular area simply schedule a free in-home painting consultation and discuss your painting project with one of our experts. Flower Painting is a full-service commercial and residential painting company that services the entire Charlotte, NC metro area, including Mooresville, Kannapolis, Concord, Denver, Davidson and more. Call today to schedule your free interior painting project (704) 445-7750. Hurry, our holiday promotion to take 10% off your entire project ends 12/31/19. 

Tips for Removing Popcorn Ceilings-Call the Professionals

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If your home’s ceiling is covered in ridges or bumps which is a popcorn ceiling, it was likely built in the 60s or 70s. Popcorn ceilings have not only become dated over the years, but it can pose a high risk of collecting dust and allergens. These are not the only reasons that you should consider hiring a professional like Flowers Painting to professionally remove your popcorn ceiling.

This post will provide tips on removing and replacing your popcorn ceiling and why it’s better to hire a professional to complete the job for you. 

Popcorn ceiling removal is one of the most cost-effective ways to modernize your home. Smooth ceilings will brighten and beautify your home. Below is the top reason Flowers Painting recommends  popcorn ceiling removal:

  • Eliminate falling white specks
  • Update your home
  • Increase the resale value of your home
  • Eliminate dirt
  • Eliminate allergens
  • Eliminate possible dust mites

The removal of a popcorn ceiling can be a dirty, daunting task that Flowers Painting does not recommend tackling on your own. If your ceiling is particularly large, the labor needed to remove the material is going to take more than a single pair of hands to complete. Having a few sets of hands can make the process far faster and more productive. Drywall is most likely under your ceiling, which means if you don’t know exactly how to remove the popcorn material, you could potentially damage the drywall in the process. Replacing your ceiling does not have to be a difficult or cumbersome task when you hire Flowers Painting to do it for you. Our professional painters know the necessary precautions to take prior to removal.

Call Flowers Painting today (704) 445-7750 to schedule a free popcorn ceiling removal estimate. We can quickly update your ceiling by removing the popcorn, prepping it to be painted and painting a smooth finish that will instantly update your home. 

Flowers Painting is a full-service interior painting company that services both residential and commercial properties in the Charlotte metro area including Mooresville, Concord, Kannapolis, Denver, Ballantyne, Rock Hill and more. Get your home ready for the holidays with our November painting sale and take 10% off your entire painting project, including popcorn ceiling removal. Call today to schedule your complimentary estimate (704) 445-7750. 

Get Your Home Ready for the Holidays with Flowers Painting

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Fall is in full swing here in North Carolina. That means the holidays are right around the corner. Getting your home ready for the upcoming holidays has never been easier with the help of Flowers Painting. Whether you need a fresh coat of paint in the dining room where you and all your guests will be enjoying holiday dinner, or in the guest rooms where your guests will be staying, Flowers Painting is here to help. Our painters are experienced and professional.

Flowers Painting has established and maintained a reputation for delivering astonishing results to every surface we touch. Our vast knowledge and expertise allow our customers to have the best painting experience possible. Don’t believe us, read our dozens of 5-Star Google reviews. 

Getting your home ready for holiday guests include prepping the guest rooms, bathrooms and common areas to accommodate friends and family. November is the best time to get fresh paint on the interior walls of your home.  With all the hustle and bustle, the holiday season can be stressful, but with painting services from Flowers Painting you can expect to receive timely service and a commitment to excellence. Your home can gain a warm, inviting atmosphere that your guests will want to return to again and again.

Flowers Painting offers a wide array of painting services that can add color and texture to your space, including color consulting, interior painting, customer painting, faux finishing, textured walls, cabinet refinishing, interior stairs, handrails and stair risers.

Flower Painting also offers incredible pricing. In fact, during the entire month of November you can save 10% off your entire project. Call today to schedule your free in-home painting estimate (704) 445-7750. You can also schedule an estimate on the website.  

Flowers Painting is a full-service interior painting company located in Cornelius, NC. We service the entire Charlotte metro area including Huntersville, Davidson, Concord, Kannapolis, Mooresville and more.

Choose Flowers Painting for all of your residential painting needs. Our painters show up on-time and provide each Flowers Painting customer with a quality paint job that you will love for years to come. Our professional crews provide professional results.

Call today to schedule your free in-home painting estimate (704) 445-7750. Looking for color inspiration, click through to our color wall. You can even digitally paint your own room with the PPG Color Visualizer. This new app is simple to use and helps you pick the perfect paint color for your space.