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Interior Painting Services That Will Make Your Home Look Amazing.

A fresh coat of paint can do wonders for a small and cramped space. By painting claustrophobic areas, you can make your home feel bigger and more spacious. If you’re not sure how to use paint to make small spaces look bigger, just follow the tips in this blog post. And if you need help with the actual painting, don’t hesitate to call our team of experts at Interior Painting Services. We would be happy to give your home the fresh look it deserves!

Use Bright Colors

Transform your dimly lit spaces into light-filled hubs of energy with our professional interior painting services. We believe in the power of color and its ability to turn a room from gloomy grey tones to sunsplashed shades – enhancing natural and artificial lighting, providing an airy environment that is sure to make you feel at ease. From off-whites and lighter tans or browns, all the way through pastel pinks; let us help you find just what’ll bring vibrancy back into any living space!

Choose a Glossy Finish

Just like with color, you want to make sure you choose the most reflective finish possible. This means picking out a glossy paint as opposed to a matte or flat one. A matte finish has no shine. Glossy finishes have plenty. You don’t want a finish that doesn’t reflect any light, but you also don’t want to choose a finish that’s so shiny it blinds you every time you walk into the room.

For this reason, it best to stick with a finish that’s glossy but not too glossy. The ideal finishes for optimizing light and space are satin and eggshell. Satin is easier to clean, which makes it perfect for places such as the kitchen or bathroom. If you have rooms where the walls are a bit dingy, however, choose eggshell because it’s better at hiding surface flaws.

Be (Mostly) Consistent

The final tip on how to use paint to make small spaces look bigger is to be (mostly) consistent with the colors you use. Using a single paint color (or multiple similar colors) throughout the home makes the transition between rooms seamless. In a way, it gives even the most closed-off homes an open-concept feel.

But don’t feel like every room needs to be the exact same, either. Accent walls are a great way to break up the monotony of a single color without being too overwhelming or soaking up too much of your much-needed light. These accent walls don’t need to be another light shade. You can also opt for darker colors, such as navy, juniper, or charcoal.

Need help making your home feel brighter and more spacious? For painting in Durham Region – Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Brooklin, Oshawa, Courtice, Bowmanville, and Newcastle., contact Haus Painter. Our experienced and friendly painters will get the job done right!