In the realm of home remodeling projects, bathrooms often get painted last. Though it is true that homeowners tend to remodel their bathrooms more often than most other rooms of their home, it’s also true that when they’re doling out paint projects, they typically land on the bathroom after all other rooms of the house. Perhaps it’s because most folks don’t spend a whole lot of time in the bathroom. It tends to be a room of function, and then we move on to live our lives in the other rooms. But bathrooms probably should be at the top of the list for repainting for a number of reasons. First and most obviously, because the bathroom typically is the smallest room in your home, you won’t spend a lot of time or money transforming it with just a little paint. Second, because bathrooms often are the smallest rooms in most houses, they all too often don’t have a color palette that is pleasing and makes them feel cozy. According to top house painters, the paint color you choose for your bathroom can make or break its entire ambiance.
Today, homes are all about love. Loving the style, loving the furniture, loving the colors, loving the way it’s all put together. Loving both the interior and the exterior. If you don’t love your home both inside and out, you’re never going to be happy with it. And being unhappy in your own home can definitely throw you off your game and interfere with your life big-time. So what about the colors of your home? Do you love them? If you don’t, then you’re probably ready for a house painting project. But how do you go about finding a house painter that will do the job to your satisfaction? And how do you know you’ll get the most out of your hard-earned money? Here’s a list of questions to ask a prospective house painter before forking over a dime.