All the Facts On Color Matching

Written by Eric Brophy. Posted in Low voc paint, Priming a floor, Semi transparent concrete stain

Every single year there are people in the United States that get ready to own their own home. These people will be tasked with decorating their home all throughout the interior and exterior. This includes getting furniture, developing a layout, and finding the right colors. Thus, it is quite easy to understand how color matching has become very important.

Color matching can separate a great home from a home that you will not like. The exterior floor paint, ceiling paint, floor paint, and paint coverage all must be matching or at the very least coordinated. Plus, this helps you get paint that does not contain dangerous chemicals and allergens. Take time to find the best color matching paint for your home.

People Love Color Matching

If your flooring is more than one year old, many of the VOCs will have dissipated already. But if you are installing new flooring or painting your floor, go for an organic option and use VOC-free painting materials. This will allow for easy color matching as well as great color options as well. So you can avoid dangerous chemicals or irritants being painted all throughout your home!

In a 2017 interior design trends survey, more than a third of respondents said they would choose a neutral color palette if redecorating their home. While the neutral color palette choice is odd and surprising, it points to what really matters. There are a lot of people that do not like their color matching situation.

Zillow’s 2017 Paint Colors Analysis found that homes with blue bathrooms sold for $5,400 more than expected. This type of statistic just goes to show that people really care about their home’s color and layout scheme. So do not waste your time, money, and efforts on colors you will not like!

The Right Paint Can Help a Hotel

Hotels may not think that paint is a huge and important factor, but it totally is. Not only will customers like to have access to pleasurable colors and schemes, they want chemical free and allergen free hotel rooms as well. So a hotel can seriously benefit from smart and thoughtful color matching.

According to a study by the Survey Research Institute at Cornell University, 83% of travelers say they would choose an allergy-friendly room if they had the option. Studies have shown that levels of several organics average two to five times higher indoors than outdoors, and when inhaled they can contribute to several health problems. Hotels can avoid these health concerns with the right kind of color matching scheme.

According to a study by the Survey Research Institute at Cornell University, 59% of travelers would choose one hotel over another based on the availability of allergen-friendly rooms. According to Sweden’s Dampness in Buildings and Health study, among children with multiple allergic symptoms, PGE-exposure nearly doubled the likelihood of developing allergic sensitivities to other allergens.

In Conclusion

There are plenty of real and legitimate benefits that can come from getting the right kind of color matching for your home. Thus, no homeowner should rush into priming a floor, priming walls, priming woodwork, or painting a porch without the right kind of color matching situation. Instead, take time to focus on getting someone who can help with painting floors and also providing a genius interior design!

Eric Brophy

Eric Brophy

I’m Eric Brophy, a carpenter and homebuilder with 16 years experience doing the job right, the old-fashioned way. What they used to say is true — measure twice, cut once. If you plan out a project from the start, with blueprints, a bill of materials, the whole nine yards, you may seem to be wasting time at the start, but it’s time saved on having to do the job again when it just doesn’t fit. Whether you’re building in the city or off the grid, ground-up or touch-up, I can guarantee you’ll find home improvement tips for your next DIY project at home.

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Eric Brophy

Eric Brophy

I’m Eric Brophy, a carpenter and homebuilder with 16 years experience doing the job right, the old-fashioned way. What they used to say is true — measure twice, cut once. If you plan out a project from the start, with blueprints, a bill of materials, the whole nine yards, you may seem to be wasting time at the start, but it’s time saved on having to do the job again when it just doesn’t fit. Whether you’re building in the city or off the grid, ground-up or touch-up, I can guarantee you’ll find home improvement tips for your next DIY project at home.

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