Is Your Home Ready for the Holidays?

The holidays are just around the corner, which means gatherings with family and friends, visits from loved ones, and lots of love and laughter shared at home. Now is a great time to ensure that your home is not only warm and welcoming, but also reflects your style and personality.

You don’t have to paint or remodel the whole house to have a fresh, new look. Updating just a few details can make a big impact. Of course, as a painting company, our suggestions involve painting parts of your house. But there’s a good reason for that. Paint not only changes the color of your walls, but also breathes new life into a room by making everything look clean and fresh and updating the overall look.

Ready to get started with your project? Book your free estimate by November 30 and save 30% off paint! (see offer details)

Below are a few areas to consider painting make sure your home looks its best this holiday season (and all year round) without breaking the bank or taking a lot of time.

#1 Revitalize your dining or living room

Paint living or dining room

If you want to make a big impact on your holiday guests, start with the rooms where you’ll spend most of your time entertaining. Brighten your living or dining room with rich, bold color or choose a neutral backdrop to let other room elements take center stage. Either way, the fresh, crisp lines of a new coat of paint will help your lights and decorations shine even brighter as friends and family gather.

Want some ideas for painting your living or dining room? View our interior painting gallery.


#2 Give your kitchen a facelift

Kitchen cabinet painting

The kitchen is the heart of the home and is where many people spend extra time during the holidays. Make that time a little more enjoyable with a new look. Painting kitchen cabinets is a quick and effective way to make-over the look of your kitchen at a fraction of the cost of a full kitchen remodel. Give your kitchen a modern look with sleek white cabinets or make a statement with a bold color. For variety, consider painting the island cabinets a contrasting color or add a painted backsplash.

View ideas for kitchen cabinets or learn about our cabinet painting process.


#3 Delight in the details

Trim painting

When talking about painting, most people think only of walls and either ignore the trim or choose a neutral color to fade into the background. But baseboards, door frames, doors, banisters, and other details can make a statement on their own. Updating the trim color can refresh a room and give it the right “frame,” while cleaning up any scuffs or imperfections.

View trim ideas.


#4 Make the transition

Paining stairs and halls

Halls, stairs, and entryways are often overlooked when considering updates, but these transition areas can have a big impact on the overall feel of your home. Entryways welcome guests to your home and set the mood for the rest of the house. Choose colors and decorations that introduce your personality and style. Halls and stairways can be used to transition colors and moods from the public living spaces to the more private bedrooms and family spaces.


#5 Give the gift of a new room

Paint a bedroom

If you’re having a hard time finding a gift for that hard-to-shop-for family member, consider giving them the gift of a new look. Paint their bedroom with colors and style that reflect their personality. This is a great gift idea for a teenager whose tastes have matured past the design of their childhood room or for a spouse who wants the perfect oasis to retreat to at the end of the day.


#6 Paint a bathroom

Paint a bathroom

Bathrooms are often the last thing on homeowners’ minds when it comes to painting and decorating. But bathrooms are more than just a functional necessity; they can help set the mood for the day or be a statement on their own. A new color in the bathroom can help you unwind and relax after a busy day or make guests feel comfortable as they freshen up.


#7 Make a statement

Paint a statement wall

Painting doesn’t have to change the whole room. Add some flair by painting one wall a different color or by adding a design. Use this as a focal point to anchor your furniture or décor in a large room or to add visual space & interest to a small room.

Get more ideas for a statement wall.


Winter is a great time to paint!

Winter is a great time to paint your home interior. Not only can it get you ready for the holidays, a new look can also help prevent the mid-winter blues and usher in the new year in style. We can typically complete most projects very quickly and our professional painters take great care of your house and family. We use zero-VOC paints, which are specially formulated to reduce fumes and virtually eliminate odors. After we finish painting, your nose won’t even know we were there. Your eyes, on the other hand, will love the new look.

For inspiration on getting your home ready for the holidays, visit our interior painting gallery or follow us on Instagram or Facebook.

Ready to get started with your project? Book your free estimate by November 30 and save 30% off paint! (see offer details)

Of course, there are many ways to update your home without paint. Here are a few other ideas to consider:

  • Add storage to the entryway or mudroom

  • Replace or refinish worn flooring

  • Shampoo the carpets

  • Have the furnace serviced or upgraded

  • Install new window coverings

  • Update light fixtures

What’s your favorite way to get your home ready for the holidays? Tell us in the comments or on our Facebook page.

Offer details: Estimate must be booked by November 30, 2018. Mention this holiday promotion during your estimate to receive the discount. 30% off applies only to Sherwin-Williams Cashmere® Interior Acrylic Latex Paint. Discount does not apply to labor or other costs.