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4 House Painting Trends to Try This Warm Weather Season May 4, 2017

Montclair, Essex County
4 House Painting Trends to Try This Warm Weather Season, Montclair, New Jersey

Painting a room or a portion of your home is a big commitment. Not just of your time and resources, but what if the color is wrong? What if you get tired of it too quickly? The house painting professionals at Hoffman Interior Painting in Montclair, NJ, have chosen four popular painting trends for 2017 and provided their advice on how you can make a bold decision for your home to enjoy for years to come.

4 House Painting Trends to Try This Spring or Summer

1. Try a Simple Pattern

Overly elaborate patterns or stencils can become busy and look cluttered, and they could make you grow tired of your new walls sooner than necessary. If you're looking for pattern or texture, think simple. Timeless stripes or geometric patterns are excellent options that will stay on trend for years.

2. Add an Accent Wall

An accent wall in your living space will help break up a room or add a bold pop of color you may not be willing to use for the whole room. Choose a complimentary bright hue to match your decor and other walls, or a subtle step darker or lighter than the rest of the room to bring depth to a space.

3. Go Darker Than You Think

house painting Dark walls are certainly on trend in 2017, and house painting with grey or black can be intimidating. But, if you do your homework and choose the right color, it can add a dramatic touch to a room that will delight for years. Professional painters are a safe bet in this situation. Accidentally getting dark paint on your baseboards or hardwoods can be a total nightmare if you're not trained, so let the experts do it for you.

4. Paint Your Molding & Accents

This one takes some guts, but when done well, there's nothing more stunning than walking into a room with crown molding or built-in shelves that really shine. If you're tired of plain white accents, consider painting the molding in rooms a complimentary color to the walls (think dark gray with lighter gray) or continue your wall color onto the accents. While this is a bigger commitment to a look, professional painters will help you choose the right shades to suite your space perfectly.

When you're ready to mix up your wall colors, call the experts at Hoffman Interior Painting in Montclair. With decades of serving Greater Essex County, the company has the expertise and quality focus to give you the walls you've always dreamed of. Call (973) 783-0127 for your free estimate, or visit their website to see examples of past work and what they can provide for your home. You can also find the team on Facebook.

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