1. Spring Home Interior Painting and Color Tips

    Spring is finally sprung. The birds are chirping. The sky is bluer than it’s ever been and we’re finally getting the much-needed serotonin boost from the sun that we deserve. With all that pollen in the air and the little animals coming out of their winter hideaways, it’s hard not to feel the …Read More

  2. The Best Interior Colors For Spring 2019

    Are you ready for the glory of spring? Then come check out the best spring 2019 color trends and find the perfect update for your home. These colors are versatile, trendy, and still hold a classic theme that won’t ever age. The added bonus, however, is if you do want to change it in the future, al…Read More

  3. Why Is Ceiling Painting On The Rise?

    Carolina Painting and Pressure Cleaning has talked about painting ceilings before because they’re awesome. It’s a previously uncharted territory, or at least, the principle of painting a ceiling a different color than the rest of the walls. If you think about it on a color basis, you’ll easily…Read More

  4. How To Choose Painters’ Tape

    There’s a variety of reasons that people choose to employ an actual painting contractor. For example, they don’t like painting, or they’re not sure what they want to paint. Mainly, they want the paint job done so that their home still has resale value by the end of the project. How many times …Read More

  5. The Best Interior Painting Trend This Year: Ceiling Painting

    As the premier painting contractors in Columbia, we do our best to keep up with the latest trends in painting and color choices. We strive to bring these to our customer's attention so that they can be the first to see new potential aesthetics for their homes and how to better affix their character …Read More

  6. How To Master The Interior Residential Painting Trends This Year

    Interior painting seems to be so much trickier than exterior painting in both residential painting and commercial painting projects. It’s true, whatever colors you paint the exterior of your house you’ll have to live with for the next 20 years, unless you move, but the interior of your home you …Read More

  7. Use Color Theory On Your Next Painting Project Part 2

    Welcome back to the Carolina Painting and Pressure Cleaning blog. In our previous article, we discussed the simple elements of color theory and how you can use this knowledge to set a foundation for the kind of colors you can use for your next interior or exterior painting project. When you have a d…Read More