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Paso Robles, Calif. (PRWEB)
September 04, 2017
As with any sort of design or painting choice, there are many popular trends that come and go in the world of house painting. While the average person might not know about these trends, a local Atascadero painter likely will.
With that in mind, the team at Borlodan Painting Company have released a report that takes a look at some of the most popular recent trends in house painting. To view the report, click here or keep reading.
Since 2011, Borlodan Painting Company has been proudly serving the Central Coast and prides themselves on their fair rates, speedy work rate and their experience in a wide range of different projects.
Recent/Popular Trends in House Painting
As with anything, trends come and go in the world of house painting. Things that were popular years or decades ago, are not likely popular any more. While being on-trend isn’t everything, many people like to know what is popular at any given time. With that in mind, here are some of the most popular trends in interior and exterior house painting in 2017.
Exterior Painting Trends
Can’t go wrong with the classic. A white house just screams elegance and class, while never going out of style. If a plain white house is boring, people can easily add some color to the home in terms of accents. For example, a bright and colourful door can be the perfect and timeless addition to a white home.
Soft and Warm Colors
While some people like a dark or extremely loud paintjob, it is definitely more popular to go with a softer and warmer color of exterior paint. Yellows, blues, grays and greens are all very attractive options that can be extremely warm and inviting, without being boring or stale. Of course, flair and color can still be added with accents such as a door, shades, siding and more.
Interior Painting Trends
Match with Décor/Other Rooms
The actual colors people will go with in terms of interior paint will depend on the furniture and décor, so the trends aren’t as important as the exterior of a home. Instead of worrying so much about color, try making sure the color not only matches the décor, but also…