Philadelphia townhouse paintingPhiladelphia Magazine. 

Arguably the region’s top publications for Center City fashion, gossip, goings-on, and most importantly, real estate.

One of the more unique properties to be featured in this magazine was a beautiful three-story townhouse on Van Pelt Street, which was sold last summer.

The family that purchased the property had one thing in mind: the whole interior was far too dated for their taste!

For such a large-scale project, they knew they had to rely on a dependable local business to get the job done right. So naturally they contacted LaffCo. Painting!

The whole interior needed a fresh new look, from baseboards to ceilings and everything in between.

In lieu of the outdated, patterned wallpaper, the new homeowners opted for a series of neutral tones throughout, with pops of modern colors in a handful of rooms and accent walls.

Most of the walls, including those in the hallways, foyer, and dining room, were painted in Mascarpone by Benjamin Moore. The creamy-white of this paint really allowed for us to play with different off-white shades and powerful, darker accent tones. Our favorite pop of color on the main floor was the powder room door painted in Washington Blue by Benjamin Moore.

We also used Mascarpone on all of the trim, the pantry and laundry room doors, and even the basement powder room.

After the living room was coated in Smokey Taupe, it was time to move on to the upstairs rooms!

The second floor was brought down a notch to a heavier shade of cream. The two bedrooms were pained in Bracken Cream and Shaker Beige. Although these two shades are relatively neutral, their underlying hues were brought out by accent walls in Williamsburg Wythe Blue.

On the third floor, we really got to have some fun with colors and accent walls!

One of the rooms had a small, recessed wall on one side, which was painted in Soft Pumpkin. We then painted the opposing wall in Blue Lapis. We love the combination of these complementary colors in one room!

The final room was painted in two different shades of blue: Andover Blue and Lucerne. The fun colors match the unique design of the top floor rooms!

Throughout the home, we painted all wooden trim, exposed joints, and several arches and doorways in a gorgeous brown hue called Library by Ralph Lauren. Next to the starkness of the Oxford White ceilings, this color really stands out and makes the entire space look beautiful and original!

With their entire home painted, these proud new homeowners can finally settle into the house of their dreams, right in the heart of Center City Philadelphia. And we’re glad that we played such a major role in getting them settled in!

If you’ve got a large-scale interior painting project in mind, consider enlisting some help from the professionals! No project is too big or too small for our experienced team. Contact LaffCo. Painting today for your free project quote!

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