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We offer interior and exterior painting services for any home or office in Broward County. Whether you need to paint a new home, or give the inside of your business a needed facelift, we can work with any budget to meet your needs.

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Our professional staff uses only high quality paints and the latest in coatings and techniques. Our goal is to exceed your expectations with quality and affordability. To view samples of our work, visit our online portfolio.

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Popular Paint Colors

Are you dealing with a small room and wondering what the best paint colors are to make it look larger? If so, we’re going to go over a few options you can choose from that will give you the look you want.

Consider the following choices to open your space up…

Option 1) Use a (Light) Cool Color. If it’s not yet obvious (light) cool colors are said to be the best colors to go with because they trick the eyes into thinking they are further away than they really are. If you’re wondering what colors classify as cool colors, cool colors are considered to be…

* blue
* green
* purple

Putting an example to them, you can think of the colors of the ocean or sea, sky and trees.

Option 2) Use a Gloss Finish. If you want to go a step further consider using a gloss finish. Paint experts at Behr.com have said that using a gloss finish can also contribute to making a small room appear larger. The best ones to use are said to be an eggshell finish, satin finish and semi-gloss finish. You’ll want to stick witch using a semi-gloss finish for the kitchen and bathroom. For bedrooms, living rooms and other rooms of the house a more subtle approach is best–the satin and eggshell finish being great choices for those rooms.

Option 3) Use Monochromatic Colors. A monochromatic color scheme is simply using colors that are close in tone so that when the eye moves around the room it is uninterrupted and tricks you into believing there’s more space than there really is. A simple way to go about using a monochromatic color scheme is to use colors from the same palette, such as light blue, medium blue and so forth.

Lastly, after discovering that cool colors are the best colors in principal, you still might want to consider another choice.

Option 4) Compromise with a Light Warm Color. If you’re wondering what warm colors are, they are yellow, orange and red. Putting them into an example, warm colors are the colors of heat. You can think of the sun and fire as good examples.