No job is too big for LaffCo. Painting! When the owners of this beautiful home in Talamore contacted us about transforming multiple rooms, we couldn’t wait to get started. Talamore homes in Ambler are some of the area’s dreamiest, but with a touch of paint, we took this house to the next level.
We started by transforming the staircase in the entrance room into a beautiful focal point that would add to the elegant space. The original wooden railing was painted black, contrasting wonderfully with the white baluster and staircase stringer. The owners love the detail of the railing matching the black picture frames hung around the house!
Moving on to the office, we noticed the wooden cabinets that lined the room didn’t pair with the wall color. Colors affect your mood and productivity, and we wanted to create the most pleasant workspace possible. The cabinets were painted in Naval by Sherwin Williams, which is soothing while promoting productivity – perfect for the office area.
Next on the list was repainting the kitchen walls. To make the room look more spacious, we opted for Mindful Gray by Sherwin Williams. Light neutrals work wonders brightening up walls, making your room look larger. This color is also known to be a customer favorite!
Our favorite room to work on was the sunroom. Our experts really unleashed their creativity on this one! The huge windows made the space naturally bright, and the decoration reminded us of those beautiful summer beach houses in coastal towns. To match this mood, we painted the walls in Watery by Sherwin Williams. The color is so refreshing and has us dreaming of the ocean breeze.
If you want to transform your home with a fresh paint job, look no further than LaffCo. Painting. Our experts will be there every step of the way to help you create the dreamiest rooms!
Talamore Interior Painting Photos
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