Let’s be honest. It’s easy to overlook your baseboards, isn’t it? Your walls tend to steal the show, with ceilings, trim, cabinetry, and other elements of the space following after. Baseboards just aren’t very exciting. They are a high-traffic surface, however, and this means that they’re going to collect dings, gouges, scuffs, and scrapes. And
One of the best things about interior painting is that a huge update can be created through even relatively small projects. Sure, widespread, comprehensive house painting undeniably transforms, but even the little details can add a fresh new look. Need an example? How about painting baseboards (and trim)? Over time baseboards become dull, scuffed, and
Baseboards are a classy addition to just about any room, providing definition to the walls, and extra detail and depth to the whole appearance. It also provides a useful coverup for the meeting place of the walls and floor, which can be difficult to finish nicely. Fortunately, installing baseboards is one of the easiest do-it-yourself
Everything in the home needs maintenance, but some areas need it more often than others. As a painting contractor, we often hear the questions that people have about their baseboards: “How often should I paint baseboards?” “How can I clean my baseboards?” “What kind of paint should I use on my baseboards?” “Do I need
Baseboards can be tricky to paint without getting paint on the walls or floors, and the process is even more meddlesome when there is carpet involved. With a few simple tips, the process becomes manageable, and a skilled do-it-yourselfer can paint baseboards, producing a crisp, attractive result.