Tuesday, 29 September 2015
There’s a good number of Americans out there who don’t seem to be fans of painting rooms in vivid colors, mainly because they believe that modern trends make it seem inappropriate (and that their homes’ architecture doesn’t allow for compatibility). For interior designer Susan Sargent, this is total bogus: she claims that all iterations of American architecture have welcomed vivid colors, evidenced by blue-hued Colonial Revival hearths to teal palettes of Craftsman bungalows. Simply put, nothing screams “you” better than colors, which makes them an ideal component of decorating a home’s interior according to your whim. Yet, it’s not exactly the easiest task out there. Provided that you’re convinced to hire a local residential painting service in Suwanee, GA, you’ll need to establish your desired color panel first before having the professional painter apply his touches.