Cutting in a room refers to painting the ceiling line corners and around windows, doors, outlets and switches with a brush, prior to using a roller. Doing it the right way is important. You will need: A two and a half inch angle sash brush, a smaller brush, painters tape, drop cloths, a stepladder, and Benjamin Moore Aura paint.
Painting your ceiling can seem like a tough task. Learn the best way to paint a ceiling with Benjamin Moore’s simple steps.
Keep in mind that the ceiling should be done prior to painting the walls. You will need a two and a half inch angle sash brush, painters tape, a nine-inch roller sleeve, an extension pole, a pan, a ladder, and Benjamin Moore Waterborne Ceiling Paint.
Hale Navy HC-154, from Benjamin Moore’s Color Trends 2019 palette, brings crisp modern lines to a light and airy kitchen. Approachable neutrals bring restorative quiet to a sleek Decorator’s White OC-149 kitchen outfitted with Hale Navy cabinetry. #ColorTrends2019 http://ow.ly/Zadk30meZDN
Colour Trends 2019
This color is part of Benjamin Moore’s Color Preview Collection. This collection contains bold hues and saturated deeps. The brand has also released its Color Trends 2019, a palette of hues, ranging from neutrals to rich blues and greens, that all complement each other. Whether you choose to go bold in an entryway by pairing gray with navy or use the gray shade with a mix of other neutrals in a living room, the curated palette is sure to spark paint ideas.
These nurseries are whimsical and fun, creating a mountain range using paint adds some adventure to any room.
This calming nursery above is painted in White Dove OC-17 and Hale Navy HC-154 in Regal.
This nursery is simple and the colour scheme is very gender neutral.
This is a great inspirational wall, with mountains and trees.
The Painters Place Annual Christmas Event won’t be taking place this year due to renovations…BUT we wanted to share in this festive time of year with you!
Instead we are having a Christmas Decor SALE, with a discount of 60%!! (while supplies last!)
This year we are seeing many of the predicted colours for 2019 being used, what is your favourite colour on this post?
Another #wallpaperwednesday 💙 featuring a gorgeous Candice Olsen paper from her book Decadence