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Guest Room Painting Tips To Know In St. Helens, OR

Guest Room Painting Tips To Know In St. Helens, OR

In the proper ways that you can make a guest room look great, one thing that you can do is to paint the room -- and yet sometimes people make a mess of a painting project because they don't know what they are doing.

By making the time to learn about how you can better paint your guest room, you can have a better looking guest room that will cost you less money and take you less time.

With that being the case, let's have a look at some guest room painting tips to know when you want an improved guest room.

1. Use Easy To Clean Paint

One good thing you're going to want to do when you're looking to paint your guest room is to make use of paint that is easy to clean.

Unless you decide to have some fairly strict rules about what is and isn't allowed in your guest room as far as food goes (and what fun is that?) you may end up having a guest in your room who perhaps has a child) and you find yourself needing to clean a wall or two.

The key in this matter is that you should use paint that is glossy and not flat as it is considerably easier to clean a stain off of a wall that was painted with glossy paint.

2. Use Primer Before You Apply The First Coat

In getting ready to paint your walls, the first coat should not be your typical paint that will be the actual paint that people will see but rather a coat of primer.

The good of primer comes from a couple of things -- one being that when you have a coat of primer, it's easier to apply your first coat of paint to the wall.

The perhaps more important thing is that you will find that paint that you apply after the primer is going to stay on the wall longer and so you won't have to paint the walls nearly as soon as if you did not use a primer.

This will lead to savings in the long run.

3. Clean The Walls

You might have the rather mistaken belief that paint will cover up anything that is on the wall and that if you have dirt or grime on the walls, the paint will cover it all up.

However, if you should attempt to do this you will find that the results are anything but good and they will be rather unpleasant as far as looks go - rather much like dirty walls with paint on them.

Make the time to clean the walls properly and you will find that they will look considerably better at the end of the painting project.

4. Remove Any Furniture You Can

Though it is true of course that you are free to paint with all of the furniture in the room, you will find that you have more trouble as a result of it.

It is a bit harder to maneuver around the furniture as you are painting and you also run the risk of getting paint on said furniture -- which is not easy to remove.

Take as much of the furniture out of the room as you can and whatever can't be removed should be moved away from the wall you are currently painting and covered with drop cloth or tarp so it can be free of paint after the paintwork is complete.

5. Choose A Pleasant Color

Lastly, remember that you are painting this room to be a guest room for your friends and family and so it is important to choose a pleasant and warm color or colors.

There are a number of colors on the color wheel that are considered to be on the warmer and more relaxing side of colors, and it would likely be a good idea to stick to these.

With doing this, your future guests can enjoy their rest in their quarters and you won't need to worry about restless nights.

If we can help in any way with your painting in St. Helens, OR and beyond, feel free to contact us at CHSPainting, we are always ready to help! Please contact us at CHS Painting. Office. 503-543-4875 Web. www.chspainting.com e-mail.mike@chspainting.com Related: How to help prevent exterior paint from fading5 Tips For Choosing The Right Interior Paint in Scappoose, OR



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