Farmers’ Market Fresh: Paint It Real
Longer, warmer days mean more time spent outside. Think farmers’ markets and fresh new beginnings. A whole new crop is coming into season and we’re excited to be immersed in color. Take a stroll through your local farmers’ market and consider bringing some color home for real.
It’s time to paint a little of your world farmers’ market fresh.
Focus on Fresh Color
Focus on fresh, real colors for a spring makeover. Nature-inspired, we’re looking to local produce for inspiration. Just take a look at this fresh-for-2018 color. Caliente is a rich red, reminiscent of peppers stacked in bushel baskets at the local market. Imagine adding a little heat to your front entry with this vibrant red.
Considering a softer look for your exterior this year, maybe something that blends into your natural surroundings? Look no further than the soft greens of fresh scallions in colors ranging from just beyond ivory to a rich, earthy green. We’re also partial to the beautiful green of fresh jalapenos with an undertone of black to spice things up!
Look Up for Inspiration
Here in our little corner of the world, we can’t forget our beautiful twin backdrops: blue skies and blue-green water. All part of any farmers’ market experience, take a look at this lush color of the year, Oceanside by Sherwin Williams. It’s no wonder the color blue is loved worldwide; it just feels good.
Finding Your Color Partner
Not certain how to begin? Snap a quick photo at the farmers’ market and schedule a color consultation. Professional painters can give you the best advice because they take into consideration environmental factors and your preferences to help you choose colors and products that will serve you the best in the long run.
Choosing something new and different shouldn’t be left to chance. Yes, do look to nature for inspiration! And choose a partner to help you get the results you want. Choose painting professionals that have the experience and the craftspeople on staff to start and finish your project at a level that exceeds your expectations.
C’mon, let’s head out to the farmers’ market and get you a brand new color. It’s time to add a little spice to your home.
Categories: Color Tips, House Painting, Interior House Painting