GreenWay Special – Exterior Painting

From now till July 31st sign up for exterior painting and receive 5% OFF*
*Cannot be combined with any other offer or existing estimates.

FORGOT YOUR DETAILS?

Showing Your Stripes (Part Two)

Monday, 04 June 2012 by

Last week, you planned out the number of stripes you wanted on paper. Next, decide whether you want to use flat or glossy paint. Alternating stripes of semi-gloss and flat paint can give great dimension to a room. Once your planning’s done, the first step in painting a striped wall is no different than painting

Showing Your Stripes

Monday, 28 May 2012 by

Happy Memorial Day! We at GreenWay Painting offer our thanks and respects to those who have fallen serving our country, as well as to their families. And with the Fourth of July around the corner, it may be time to show your stripes…perhaps even painted on your wall? Seriously, have you ever considered painting a

The Sky’s the Limit with Blue Paint

Monday, 09 April 2012 by

If you are still pondering what color to paint the exterior of your home, you can never go wrong with blue. Although some may think that blue is reserved for those coastal towns, many shades of blue fit in well no matter where you live, even Cincinnati! Usually when it comes to exterior house painting,

If you are looking for a bright but not over stimulating color to paint your kitchen, yellow is a great option. I know that I feel instantly happy whenever I walk into a kitchen that is painted yellow. It’s bright, cheery, and sunny. You don’t have to pick the boldest yellow color. There are many different

White is the traditional choice of color for ceilings. Have you ever considered why this is the case? Several reasons exist, and you may be surprised to learn about them. #1 Ease of Painting–I know that it may be hard to believe, but even Michelangelo painting the Sistine Chapel probably made a few errors. It’s

Exterior Painting: Doors Do Matter

Monday, 30 January 2012 by

The color that you have on your front door can say a lot about your personality. Is the color traditional and classic? Monochromatic? Bold and exciting? Your front door provides a lot of opportunity to make a statement. I have seen bold reds, mysterious purples, and traditional blacks. If you have a front door that

Repainting Your Dining Room

Monday, 23 January 2012 by

If you grew up in a home anything like my parents’ house, then the dining room was pretty much off limits. It was a formal room that we used only when important guests came over, or when the guests we had couldn’t fit at our kitchen table. Still, I remember when my mother took down

So by now, many of us are at least beginning to overcome the madness of the holidays. You sit back and think about what you would like to accomplish this year. You’ve thought about painting a room or painting furniture, but your mind goes back to the fact that you would really like to relax

TOP