What The Paint Color Says About Your House

Posted on: 8 April 2015
Decorating your house is a major job. It is important that when you choose the colors and the hues of the room that you know what kind of message you want to send. This is why you shouldn't just choose a color that you like for the walls of your home, but you should choose colors that portray the message that you want to send about yourself and your home. Here are some tips about the colors of the paint and the message they will send.
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Adding A Backwoods Touch To Your Doghouse

Posted on: 4 March 2015
If you have a doghouse on your property and you enjoy the look of camouflage, adding this feature to your friend's home can be easily done if you know the proper technique. All materials can be bought at your local hardware store. Here are some instructions for you to use to decorate your dog's house with camouflage. Start By Cleaning Before starting the painting project, take the time to completely cleanse your doghouse.
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How To Prepare Your Wall For Backsplash Installation

Posted on: 26 February 2015
Backsplash, or the process of covering a part of a painted wall with tiles, is an excellent way to hide drywall that has been discolored or protect parts of the wall. People tend to install backsplash around the walls that surround a bathtub for about two feet in order to protect the wall from the water damage that could result from being near the shower. Backsplash also tends to be easier to clean, so it's an excellent decorating maneuver if you have young children.
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Interior House Painting: How To Keep Dark Colors From Bleeding Through

Posted on: 24 February 2015
If you are planning to paint over a dark colored wall or wall art that makes use of dark colors, you will need to ensure that the wall is properly prepared in order to prevent the dark paint from bleeding through. While your walls make look great in the hours and days after applying a fresh coat of paint, you can be sure that the darker colors will eventually make their way to the surface.
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