Produced by the marketing department of Oregon Home
Choosing the right color may seem like the most important part of picking a paint. You want something that pleases the eye and matches your home decor. After all, you look at those walls every day. Paint isn’t just about color, though. You trust your home’s integrity to a thin layer of roll-on protection, so quality is just as important as color.
There is this truck that I keep seeing around town — a little van-type thing. It sells corporate art. I believe the side of the truck says, Really Boring and Homogenous Prints for Your Office! Not really. But you get my point?
I want to spend my entire deck budget on design and craftsmen, with a negligible amount spent on materials. I want to make the whole shebang from scrap: metal, concrete, and brick. I am super-duper-extra-special tired of staining and repainting a wood deck, and I know that there are plenty of materials out there just waiting to be repurposed.
Oh, the joy! You’re finally going to demo your dated kitchen cabinets and invest in a roomful of custom wenge—or cherry or lyptus—doors and drawers. Oregon Home asked kitchen remodelers, custom cabinetmakers, a cabinet installer and a cabinet hardware maven to open up about how to ensure that your kitchen cabinets cook up the look—and function—you want.
Maybe it’s time to spin the color wheel again and energize your too-neutral interiors. Before you start adding more swatches to your paint chip collection, note this expert advice. Oregon Home asked interior designers, color consultants and professional painters to draw on their work with clients to give you a formula for successfully picking colors that work.