5 Great Interior House Painting Ideas & Tips For The Holiday Season (Plus A Special Holiday Offer!)

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5 Great Interior House Painting Ideas & Tips For The Holiday Season (Plus A Special Holiday Offer!)

Holiday Interior House Painting Ideas in Plano, TX

With 2018 flying by, the holiday season is approaching fast. With the holiday season means prepping your home for upcoming get-togethers, parties or to just give your home a holiday look and feel for yourself.

A great way to do this and get a home improvement project complete is by giving the interior of your home a new paint job to boost that holiday aesthetic.

Before diving into that project, review our list of 5 ideas and tips below that will help give you ideas and potentially save you time & money.

1. Add A Festive Accent Wall

Adding fresh color to a single wall in your kitchen, bathroom, bedrooms or living rooms is a great, quick, simple way to add a holiday aesthetic to the interior of your home.

In many cases if you have a uniform color palette in a room in your home, you can find a complementary color that will give that room a holiday feel without having to paint the entire room.

2. Paint Your Cabinets For A Quick Kitchen Aesthetic Update

If you don’t choose to paint the walls of your kitchen or add an accent wall, painting your cabinets to add the accent is another quick way to give your interior a nice aesthetic for the holidays.

Again using the wall color of your kitchen, it’s quite easy to find a festive complementary color for those cabinets and one that you’ll be happy with long-term.

3. Try Out Some Warmer Colors For Family/Guest Rooms

No matter if you live in Plano, McKinney or anywhere else in Texas, even here the holiday season is associated with shorter days and lower temperatures.

Try offsetting the reduced daylight and cooler weather by going with a full splash of warm colors around the interior of your home. Think shades of orange, reds, greens or yellows.

As mentioned above, you may not need to paint an entire room to make it feel warmer; an accent wall could do the trick in certain circumstances.

4. Keep Your Other Decorations In Mind When Choosing Color Palettes

If you’re prepping for the holidays odds are good you’ll be using a slew of decorations for each one to really fill in your aesthetic. Keep the colors and shapes of your decorations in mind when choosing your holiday color palette to ensure that as you set and swap them, your overall aesthetic stays nice and complementary with your interior room colors.

5. Look For Interior Painting Holiday Deals & Specials

Right before the holiday season many local interior painting companies run deals or specials, so be on the look out for those while you’re planning your next project.

Speaking of interior painting specials, did you know that we’re running a special in September? The holiday season gets quite busy for us so now’s your chance to book a discounted holiday painting project for 4 rooms or more!

Now through September 30th you can get 10% off your interior painting project for 4 rooms or more. We’re booking up fast, so contact us today to get your free estimate!

Jeff Hahs
Jeff Hahs
With over 17 years of local painting and gutter experience in Collin County, Jeff enjoys offering his expert tips, tricks and news via the Texas Painting and Gutters blog. Stop by regularly for updates and thanks for reading!

1 Comment

  1. I really liked your suggestion of using warmer colors in places like the bedroom and guest rooms. We have a lot of makeover plans that involve things like basement lounges and game rooms, and these kinds of rooms could use a way to feel warm even without many light sources. I’ll make sure to use the colors you suggested when getting an interior painting service to help us out with those rooms.

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