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Look at this project that we completed in Washington D.C. Over the years, we have been grateful to have created a plentiful relationship with the Smithsonian and have become one of their go-to painters. Check out this beautiful project we had the pleasure of working on.
Do you like Sushi? Joss is one of the popular sushi restaurants in the Annapolis area. It has been a local and torousit favorite for years. We had the pleasure of painting both the interior and exterior of the iconic restaurant.
For this project, our team was tasked with a total interior painting project at a local Annapolis doctor's office. We worked with the staff and doctor's to ensure that they were able to continue to see patients during the duration of the project.
Walls were prepared by spackling and sanding, along with caulking any gaps in the trim. Any nail pops and drywall cracks were also repaired prior to priming. The kitchen was then given a coat of primer, and soon finished with two coats of the color our customer selected.
Can't forget this one! After losing a bet on the Super Bowl, the owner agreed to paint the home office of Annapolis Painting Services his favorite team's color, Purple! Our painters took the day to honor the bet made and thus the Housley Rd Office become a symbol for the Baltimore Super Bowl Champions.
Beautiful tall ceilings and windows which take up the entire wall, allowing the sunlight to radiate throughout this room. Windows are framed with large pillars, which instantly draw your attention towards the outdoors. Notice that slight contrast? With such a substantial living space, too much of the same color becomes monotonous, making the color… boring. Contrast is good, it is your friend. The contrast not only allows for a tad more excitement, it also highlights the architectural design on the pillars making them stand out far more than if it were simply one color. Along with the wall color, our client also chose a deeper, richer color for the furniture. This is known to create a more intimate ambiance. Remember, contrast= dimension, even if it is a contrast in the finish or the slightest bit of another color infused into the original.