Interior Painting

Interior painting is the finish of a well put together home and it may also the revitalization of a drab house to stellar standout. A&J has years of experience and have refined our painting technique to include certain paints, sanding grits, identifying accent walls and more.

after renovation picture demonstrating contrast between two different rooms of an open concept floor plan

The above photo demonstrates how color can break and create boundaries where normally a flat wall would exist. The color defines the two rooms in this open concept floor plan, the column provides a defined transition for the paint. The contrast in wall color also break up the color transition between floor and wall where normally if a dark floor is used, you would contrast with light walls and vice versa. here the light wainscoting color allows for darker wall colors and allows contrast between dark on dark color

Generally, for interior painting services, we recommend flat interior paint, Sherwin Williams cashmere, for walls that are either new or have been repaired of cracks and other deformities. Since the art of wall installation is imperfect to say the least, Flat interior paint will hide far more imperfections than its glossy counterparts and still remain scrubbable since most modern paint has a latex acrylic base. Trim is generally painted with a high gloss pro classic to stand out from the walls. Lastly the place with the most telling signs of damage, the ceiling should be painted with flat white. If the ceiling hasn’t been sealed with a paint or primer, it need be sealed, other wise it will use more paint than expected.

Walls may consist of a great deal of substrates and consistencies to include the standard Sheetrock and wall board but may also include plaster over ferring strips or wall board, paneling, masonry surfaces, wood and perhaps a few other odd ball substrates that escapes the mind.