When color decisions are made one room at a time, the overall result often lacks harmony, and the look and value of the house suffers...
Have you ever had trouble finding the perfect color for an interior painting project? Maybe you thought you'd found the right color, but it looked completely different once you painted it on the walls. Or perhaps you're one of the many people who decide to avoid the pitfalls of color selection by painting everything white, plain boring white.
If any of this sounds familiar, you'll want to mark your calendar to come to my latest course, "How to Choose Interior Paint Colors", being offered at Isothermal Community College in Columbus next month. My special guest is paint expert Tommy Williamson of Williamson's Paint Center in Landrum.
Learn how to make a fresh start with an overall color plan that works for your house. Here are some of the topics we're going to cover:
April 9, 2013
- Color Basics
- Creating Your Color Plan
April 16, 2013
- Color Schemes
- Enhancing, Re-shaping and Camouflaging with Color
- Choosing the Right Paint
- Hiring a Painting Contractor
Isothermal Community College, Columbus Campus
Tuesday evenings April 9 and 16, 2013, 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
Registration: FREE, but registration is required.
To register, call Isothermal at 828-894-3092 x10.
For course information, call Sandy LeRoy at 828-692-4355.