Sherwin Williams is another one of my favorite paint manufacturers. They have great decorator colors and many different bases to choose from. Notice as you look at different paint color cards that sometimes the base of a color is black… sometimes it is white… sometimes it is clear base. What base your color is mixed in is very important and will greatly affect the overall look and feel of your interior paint colors. Call us for more information… 503-692-6077.
Pratt & Lambert is often my choice for commercial interiors, or for children’s play rooms. They have great primary clear colors that are playful and fun. Their bases are often black and white… so they do not flow in a decorator way as much as make a statement. Even pulling up their website, you will see a difference in the look!
Kelly Moore, Benjamin Moore, Parker Paint, Pittsburgh Paints are all options too in the Portland Metro Area in Oregon. Generally are used more by contractors and commercial, however, many of them are trying to move into the trend paints for interior wall colors.
However, one paint brand I would caution you about is Behr paint. This paint is less expensive and can be found at most large home improvement stores. However, it looks like lacquer when on the wall. It is very hard to touch up and has a very cheap look to it. Spending a few more dollars on a gallong of paint is well worth it. Often the sheen will bring you the luminosity that will enhance the overall feel of you newly painted space.
At Interior Spaces, we extend to you our contractor discount for many of the paint companies. Call us for more details. 503-692-6077