Interior House Painters Kensington – Traditional or Modern House Painting?
As interior house painters Kensington, we get to paint a lot of traditional Victorian houses. Sometimes they’re classic and traditional in the interior finishings. Other times they are a modern version upon the theme. And the new refurbishments; with a new set of ideas, because of the transformation of an existing building, we will help develop your brand new interior concept home. Whichever interior idea you choose, we’ll enjoy painting it, why? Because we like running with your ideas. We have an Interior Decorator who can help you find the ideal idea, because they can accomplish traditional, modern or concept.
The painting of ceiling roses, cornices, archways, picture and daido rails isn’t as obvious as it may seem. These items can define the style of your home, because these are the period pieces. Whether we’re painting to highlight the traditional features, or we’re painting them to hide them. We’ll enjoy making your ideas come to life. Or if you’re using an Interior Decorator, their ideas!
In conclusion, a traditional house give you lots of scope. Because it has ‘good bones’, it will give you a great canvas to work on.
And another weatherboard painted! I have to admit, weatherboard houses are the reason I’m a painter. Why? It’s such an easy way to feel satisfied at the end of the day. And so we are the Weatherboard House Painters Kensington
It’s great to come to work and know you’re going to make a big difference. After the preparation, it’s amazing how quickly these houses change. Painting changes there character, gives them personality, and as a result, a reflection of you.
The colour choices here proved my first impressions wrong, because I thought they were a little too bland. Then the door was painted, and as a result, it really sprang to life. We are the Weatherboard House Painters Kensington.
Weathershield low sheen:
Casper White, Vivid White, Outrigger, Klavier and Castlecliff.
Exterior House Painters Kensington – The Seventies Dream House
“Nostalgia, remembering better times, when I was young, things were better then.” – We as Exterior House Painters Kensington, know better.
When you have little to no choice with the painting, you have to work with what you’ve got. And that’s what happened here. Rather than paint over and try to hide the ‘SEVENTIES’, and some people try to, this customer embraced it and worked with it.
Painted so it now looks like a sharp, hip trendsetting seventies, Lou Reed if you will, rather than the faded old embarrassment, Brotherhood of Man. Ask your parents.
On a serious note, this one posed a couple of painting problems.
The first, access. Access is always an issue with painting. Simply put, how do we get to the surface we need to paint. This one had small walls in the areas we needed to put to ladders to reach the top of the building.
The second, render. Render can be very hard to paint. Sometimes it’s so dry that even a brush stroke is impossible. This also means much more paint is needed. Render also shows brush and lap marks, so cold, damp days can be best!
Weatherboard paint, where? This is a good chance to show a before and after shot. A weatherboard rather in need of a little tender love and care, and paint. The pictures really do show you what can be accomplished by Professional Exterior House Painters
This side of the house really takes everything the weather can throw at it. Sun, rain and hail, and as so the emphasis was on protecting the property rather than just making it look good. If you live in a weatherboard house, then you know the savings that come with a professional paint job. Because maintainance cost, heating costs, cooling costs, really add up. Try selling a weatherboard house in such a state. Or worse still. A weatherboard house that’s been given a ‘quick lick of paint’. You’ll find out the costs/savings that come with a professional paint job.
Weatherboard Paint – House Preparation and Painting
All the boards were primed, where needed, all the nail holes filled, all the gaps underneath the weatherboards were gapped, and the window sills were given multiple coats of paint.
Oh and yes sanding took place between every coat, why? It promotes adhesion. So using a premium quality exterior paint such as Dulux Weathershield, and other premium painters’ products will give this house longevity.