We’ve enjoyed painting several of these Parksville vacation cottages. The walls of this single story unit were ready to be refreshed. We repainted them in the same warm colour with a slight yellow undertone.
Interior Painting Portfolio
The new owners of this house found the raspberry walls of this large bonus room too intense. They had us repaint it in a light neutral colour. Now you instantly feel a sense of calm when you walk into the space.
We painted this newly constructed doctor’s office that included the front reception area, hallways, laundry area, washrooms and patient treatment rooms. All the walls were done in modern warm light grey colour accented by soft white trim work and doors. The front reception desk had thin decorative panels wrapped around it that we sprayed in a darker grey.
We’ve done painting for the owners of this home several times over the years. On this most recent occasion it was to do a major change. They wanted to brighten up the rooms and shift away from having multiple colours. To give the home a more cohesive feel they choose a light grey to use throughout. To compliment the walls we painted the trim work and doors in a warm white.
The living room and dinging room whent through the most dramatic change from dark chocolate to the new light gray colour. Taupe, green and yellow were some of the other existing colours in the rest of the house. Everything was repainted in the light gray.
The only room that wasn’t painted in the light grey was one of the bedrooms. It was changed from vibrant green and blue to a soft lilac colour.
This modular home had been on the market for a long time. The realtor informed the owners that if they wanted it to sell they would need to make a substantial reduction in the price or they could do some improvements. They decided to remove the worn carpet and clean up the look with a paint job. It was taken off the market for just a short time while the work was done.
Everything in the modular was originally painted with the same pink colour including the walls, trim work, baseboards and doors. It was a look that wasn’t coming across very well to perspective buyers.
We painted the walls a light grey that complimented the new Berber carpet. The doors, baseboards and trim work were done in a white to add a nice contrast to the walls. It gave the home a clean and fresh look.
As you can see through the before and after photos the change is remarkable. We were informed that it quickly sold after it was put back on the market and the owner still made a descent profit even after the cost of the makeover.
Due to a set of circumstances the owners of this new construction town house called us to finish the painting throughout the unit and the garage. We put the final finish coat of paint on the walls and the trim work and stained the wooden stair rail. The main living areas of the home were painted in a mid-tone sand colour and the bathrooms were done in a warm mid-tone grey. All the trim work and doors are a slightly off warm white colour to compliment the walls.
This homeowner was ready for a change in the main living area of their home. The walls throughout the hallways, entry, kitchen and living room/dining area were three different colours with golden and peach undertones. They decided to have us repaint with just one colour that would update and brighten up the spaces. We helped to pick a colour that would work well with their existing wood and laminate flooring, kitchen back splash and the tile surrounding the fireplace. All of those elements paired well with a soft greige called Edgecomb Gray. It’s light enough to significantly brighten up the walls, but has enough colour that it doesn’t appear too washed out.