Regardless of your industry, if you building and work spaces look shabby it gives the impression that it’s not well maintained and that you don’t care. Think of your commercial space like you view your home. When you pull up to your house, how is the curb appeal? What is the entrance like? Is it littered with children’s toys and full of 3 months dirt and grime? These same visitors will view your business in the same light.
The newest Pantone color of the year is a great addition to brighten up your home with a cheerful entryway or a lively bathroom. Though the Living Coral is the “it” color, it’s not the only color that is trending in 2019. There’s a spectrum of other colors that are very popular in modern interior design that you can find everywhere.
Well it’s time. You have been thinking about making some style changes to your kitchen or even doing a much larger home remodel. So a big question any homeowner is faced with is the consideration to replace your cabinets. Before ripping out your current kitchen cabinets and getting into a complicated remodel project you may want to think about refacing, resurfacing, or refinishing your current cabinets.
For many homeowners, this is still a debate. On the one hand there are many homes from decades ago that are just getting updates, so they are covered in wallpaper galore. For newer homes, the trend has re-emerged with new fashion and Top Interior Designers are finding new ways to bring warmth and luxury to spaces with invigorate wallpaper designs.
When we think of painting our home, we generally dream of warm weather, cold brews and semi-productive weekend days. But that’s really reserved for your home’s exterior. You don’t want to paint your home’s exterior in the winter. There are people who ask… and people who do. There are even winter-grade paints that can withstand brutality down the 35 degrees, but it really begs the question “why”.
That is the question that many homeowners and business owners ask themselves. A wood fence is a wonderful option for security and privacy, but it’s also a major investment. Once you commit to a wood fence, you’ll want to keep the wood protected. It must be either sealed, stained or painted over time to keep it looking brand new.
Black has become a pretty popular paint choice among younger generations, who are consuming homes and rental spaces at unprecedented rates. If you think that the color black may bring some change to your home but are struggling with the design of it or simply scared to jump in - give Elite Finisher a call.
Food and service are integral pieces to your restaurant being successful. The look and feel of your space, however, can also play a crucial part in whether someone visits again or becomes a regular customer. You want people to come back again and again, so creating the perfect storm of an environment should be at the top of your mind every single year that you are in business.
Your home should really showcase one cohesive style. This style is something that should permeate through the architecture, furniture, flooring, cabinets, fixtures — and most definitely your home’s paint. The paint, however, is often the most challenging part for a lot of people. Where do you start?
It's time. You want to remodel your kitchen, as it's still in its move-in state (which could be rather dated). The kitchen is the center of your home and is a focal point that should not be considered lightly. This space is where hours of family time and guest entertaining happen - the kitchen is where it all happens.
No big surprise here - shiplap is IN STYLE. Everyone seems to be incorporating shiplap style paneling into their re-dos these days. Amongst other reasons, it’s budget-friendly, relatively easy to apply, and gives the wall an authentic-looking throwback to centuries ago look. Read the article to some DIY tips on painting your shiplap walls.
At Elite Finisher, we realize that many homeowners ask the question "what time of year is best to paint my home"? Spring can be rainy, summer can be humid, fall is nice and cool... Late spring and summer are classic exterior painting months. With precipitation low and temperatures warm, paint cures at the proper rate. During the fall, the high and lows are less than other seasons, so it's an excellent time to get to work.