Your Kingston painter can help to prioritize rooms for painting.

Whether you love or hate painting your home, as a homeowner, it’s a must. Painting multiple rooms in your home can be fun and exciting, but it can also cause a few headaches. In the end, it makes your space feel more like home and reflects your personal style, but the process can be frustrating and time-consuming. To make it easier, here are some tips from your Kingston painter on how to accurately prioritize which rooms should be painted first.

Bedroom and bathroom: Painting these two rooms first will get them out of the way quickly. This will also allow you to feel at home, even if the rest of the house is in disarray during the painting process. Also, you’ll be able to shut off your room from the strong paint smells.

The kitchen: Paint and food don’t mix. It’s best to paint the kitchen as one of the first few rooms so that your food doesn’t go bad. While the paint won’t directly affect the food, you may eat out more while your home is being repainted, leading your fresh produce to go bad.

Living room: Likely, this is one of the largest rooms in your home, so it is often a monster task to paint it. However, once it’s finished, you’ll be able to move your furniture back and enjoy your freshly-painted room!

Laundry room and utility room: Paint these rooms last so that your clothes don’t smell like paint. Remember to wash your clothes before you start this painting project and don’t do laundry during the process!

To reduce the paint smells around your home, open a window (weather permitting), opt for low or no VOC paint options, and light a candle after painting. Better yet, hire a team of professionals to take care of this for you! At Painters Kingston, our experts are fast and thorough, leaving your home perfectly painted in no time. Visit us today to get started!