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Spring Painting Projects for Everyone !

The spring has sprung with its fresh blossoms, warm breezes and longer days.Spring is the perfect time to give your home a makeover, just in time for your Christmas and New Year celebrations.If you don’t have time to take on a painting project yourself, you might be in the market for a reliable, professional painting expert.Premier Painting takes pride in successfully completing numerous small and large projects in Sydney CBD –both residential and commercial properties for over 20 years.Our attention to detail and commitment to quality has made us one of the leading companies in the painting and decorating service industry.Our excellence has been recognised by a number of prestigious awards including Dulux Accredited Painter of the Year, Master Painters Award for Excellence and Australia Small Business Champion Awards.

Welcome Spring in Style- Colours for a perfect spring painting project

Pastel turquoise - Available in various vibrant shades you, can apply pastel turquoise to give your room a cheerful look. These breezy shades brings in vibrancy that evokes long awaited warm spring days.

Sandy beige - this colour provides a unique calming effect to any room that has sufficient natural and ambient light.

Coral - If you are looking to add an oomph to a wall of your room, coral is a fantastic choice. Coral is feminine and vivacious and is currently very trendy in fashion and home décor.

Marine Blue - Blue always has a bold and sophisticated feel, reminding you of tropical weather and lounging by the sea. It has the elegance and that zesty feel which will make your guests feel at home.

Cream - This velvety colour is simply a classic, a shade so fresh and neutral at the same time that it completely captures the spring season. It is also perfect to pair with pastel turquoise, sandy beige, coral and marine blue.

5 Signs that Indicates - You need a repaint

  • When you notice any exterior surface of your home having peeling paint
  • If you can see spidery cracks on your walls where the paint coating is beginning to fail, this can result in chipping or flaking of paint.
  • If the exterior looks dirty or the colour has faded - a new coat of paint will give your home a well-cared-for look.
  • Water stains are one of the most common problems that can make your exterior look uneven.
  • Old and outdated colours – dated feature wall colours or trims.

Spring is the best time to add a splash of colour to your house, inside or out. It’s the perfect time as the weather warms up and the festive season approaches. Call us at 1300 916 291 and get a free quote from our colour and design experts.


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