Why choose KEZO for your painting company?
Save your valuable time with a real professional team of painting technicians. KEZO has solid knowledge and years of experience in the business of Painting and Home Improvement, in addition to having great attention to detail. KEZO prides itself on their intense work ethic, integrity, client confidentiality, clear and constructive communication, as well as ample experience and knowledge of the painting industry.
KEZO has a traditional approach to customer relations and takes the time to get to know the customers better to support them in all their painting projects effectively. KEZO helps to develop long-term relationships with all its clients.
KEZO has interior designers at your disposal to help with all color and paint choices. Farrow and Ball is the top paint choice for all projects. Other paint choices are Benjamin Moore and Sherwin Williams. Kevin Fisher is the Project Supervisor and is responsible for overseeing the crew. Kevin is a perfectionist when it comes to his painting skills. Kevin is on-site painting and continually ensures all technicians work at two hundred percent. Kevin likes working with the customer, from start to finish, answering all questions to help with the project's development.
KEZO services all of Manhattan and Brooklyn with high-quality painting jobs. With 25 years of experience, no job is too small or too big. Look no further if you're looking for the best painting company to help you with your project. Call us for a quote today and let the specialists do it right. Let KEZO help you with your project and provide you with a professional job like no other.
Should I keep my walls white or paint them in color?
Choosing the right wall paint for your room sets the framework for interior design. Whether it is powder pink, pastel colors, or dark tones, all the colors of the chromatic circle have their advantages and specificities. A kaleidoscope of shades allows you to choose the one that best represents the universe of your home.
Painting sections of walls in different colors is an important decorative trend. More than the choice of color shade, the question of its application arises. Uniform, in contrast, or gradient, the mural does not necessarily apply everywhere in the same way.
How do you choose the color?
Choosing the right shade for your decor should take into account several factors. The room size will give you more or less flexibility in selecting the color intensity. The smaller the room, the wiser it will be to opt for a light shade to enlarge the space visually. Dark colors provide depth and look good on a single wall section in small spaces. You will have more freedom in choosing large rooms, exquisite shades of navy blue, dark gray, or even forest green.
Reflections of wall paint color can matter. In a room where we will create a soothing decoration, we will like to apply cold tones to it. Conversely, if we want to give pep and dynamism to a living room, kitchen, or dining room, we will look for warmer reflections. Subtle shades to change the atmosphere of decoration with a few brushstrokes.
Which wall to paint according to the shades chosen?
To embellish your room, play on its structure with associations of contrasting paints. In a living room, open to a dining room, combining two or more colors can emphasize the particular configuration of the room, a great way to delineate spaces. Why not play on two opposite shades on the chromatic circle to choose your shades? An excellent way to combine different murals for an original interior decoration.
Feel free to ask for color samples. Samples allow you to do a test on your walls before starting the work.
Why paint just one wall?
A singularity that refers to a contemporary style and revitalizes a room. Painting only one section of your wall brings modernity to the design. This style choice gains elegance thanks to the marriage of the two wall colors.
Applying the paint to a single wall allows you to play with intense colors that are out of the ordinary. While an entirely bright red living room is challenging to decorate and can look aggressive, a section of red wall in the living room creates a touch of light and originality.
Painting only one wall in a uniform room allows you to play with original color combinations, a way to create relief in a room. Here, the combination of olive green and taupe provides the perfect setting for a cabinet of curiosities.
How to play on the structure of the room with wall paint?
A painted wall can transform the space of a room. A mural allows you to create a fictitious separation within a room. A mural also allows for clever ways to divert attention from one area of the room to another to make it feel like two separate areas within the room.
In an open dining room, a color change can mark the difference in the function of two areas. This is a perfect trick for managing the transition of atmosphere and creating two distinct decorative universes.
If the moldings are the charm of your living room, know that by playing on the application of different shades of paint, you can emphasize them. The pastel pink underlines the particular structure of a traditional living room to give it a more modern soft touch.
Dark colors give depth to the downstairs space. A visual "crushing" emphasizes the ceiling height by contrast by applying a lighter color to the upper part of this child's room.
How to arrange paint colors in a room?
Just remember that dark or intense colors will tend to give depth. These are shades to favor highlighting details, a door, a piece of furniture, or a particular space.
When in doubt, always apply the lightest tone to the whole room and frame the desired space with a more marked style. Like painting a bed frame to highlight the sleeping area.
A blue child's room will gain originality by applying various bluish shades in the room. And if you are afraid that the different colors swear together or of not knowing which shade to associate: opt for a monochrome. Perfect for a soft decoration conducive to dreaming.
Which brand of paint should I use?
Today's paints are all generally good quality. Many of our clients use Benjamin Moore and Sherwin Williams. With the primer directly mixed in, the paint brand Behr from Home Depot can save money for an extensive paint job and eliminate a coat of paint. All paint projects should have one coat of primer and two coats of paint. In our opinion, the BEST paint to use is Farrow and Ball. Although Farrow and Ball paint is expensive, the quality of this paint is outstanding and covers like no other. The choices of Farrow and Ball can transform your home with deeper, richer colors in toy-safe water-based paint. Farrow and Ball paint is long-lasting and has easy-to-apply finishes crafted with precision by expert chemists. The paint is eco-friendly production, British inspired and established in 1946.