March 19, 2018 1 min read

Repainting the rooms in your home can change their personality and appearance. Painting is not that difficult of a project and is one you can do yourself. Some people even find painting therapeutic and fun!

Before you start buying paint, rollers, drop cloths, and other supplies, it is a good idea to spend a little time deciding what colors and paint finisheswill work best in each room. In addition, if your goal is to repaintevery room in your home, concentrate on completing one room at a time.

It is better to paint one room, see how it looks, and then decide what colors and finishes you want to use for the next room. This way, you ensure you are choosing colors that will not clash, especially in open floor plans.

To get started on planning your repainting projects for the rooms in your home, we encourage you to read and review the following infographic, which is full of great painting tips, ideas, and checklists.

Afterward, if you have further questions or want to order paint samples, paint, or paint supplies, please feel free to contact us at JC Licht today!Repainting Your Home 101| JC Licht


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