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Many times when Ron's Painting is doing interior painting, the homeowner or interior designer will want the interior trim color changed. The problem this causes many times is the Plantation Shutters when originally installed are painted to match the original trim color by the manufacturer. Ron's Painting will take the shutters off, take them to our spray booth at our shop and repaint the shutters to match the new trim paint color. We then bring the Plantation Shutters back to the home and install them back in place.
When we painted this master bedroom in Bonita Springs we had to be careful not to get paint inside the insets. It was grass cloth wallpaper.
This is what the homeowner came home to after the painting was completed. A very clean and relaxing bedroom. Homeowners were not home while we did the painting.
Master bedroom when painting is completed. This is what the homeowner came home to. They were not there when we did the painting.
We faux finished this guest bathroom using a metallic Shimmering Sky in the Omni-Fort Myers
Master bedroom in Condo
We prepared the surrounding areas to keep paint splatter off floors and carpets. We then sanded the handrails and spindles and started putting a bonding primer on the stained wood.
Great room interior painting
The homeowner wanted the beams to look like wood on this Sanibel home. They were originally painted white to match the ceiling. We have just painted the beams in the base coat color for the faux finish.
Great room when painting is complete. Yes we even sweep the floor when the painting is complete.
This is how we had to set up equipment to properly paint the ceilings and walls above this stairwell on this home in Sanibel.
We change the color of this condo in Fort Myers. We did not paint this mural, however we did paint the wall around the mural, without disturbing the look of the mural.
It takes a lot of proper preparation to the surrounding areas to paint the spindles on a staircase and to faux finish the handrails.
Notice how we protected the stairs from paint splatter.
Great room painted in this condo.
Dining room was painted 2 shades darker than the great room. We did this to define the dining room area in this open floor plan condo.
We faux finished both the handrails and post to match in a wood grain effect on this Sanibel home.
We not only faux finished the handrails, we painted the spindles and riser to match the trim paint in the rest of the house.
We painted the den just a little different color in this condo, it had a tint of green to go with the yellows in the rest of the condo.
We faux finished this pillar to match the handrails of the stair case on this Sanibel home. The spindles were painted to match the rest of the trim on this Sanibel home.
Closer look at the color for the dinette.
We painted the previously stained wood handrails, then faux finished them in a wood grain effect.
Many times homeowners are looking for a WOW factor in a room. Here we faux finished the coffer ceiling in this master bedroom
We painted this Fort Myers home's great room in a metallic finish on the walls. Stunning look.
Beautiful freshly painted dining room of this home in Pelican Preserve in Fort Myers
As you look into the entrance foyer from the freshly painted great room area you can see where we added a faux finish to the entrance foyer walls in this home in Pelican Preserve in Fort Myers.
Accent for coffer ceiling
We painted the kitchen and coffer ceiling in this hi-rise condo in downtown Fort Myers.
The homeowners wanted a little color in the bedroom of this hi-rise condo in downtown Fort Myers.
We painted the ceiling and walls in the entrance foyer of this condo in Wildcat Run.
We even added a little color to the dinette in this Wildcat Run Condo.
Dining room and hallway going to guest bedrooms.
Guest bedroom in Wildcat Run Condo.
Many homeowners don't realize what is involved when painting the interior of a home. This is how the professionals protect the homeowners furnishings before the painting begins. This is the difference between Ron's Painting and 90% of the other painters in Lee and Collier County.
I'll bet if you look at the previous photo you had no idea there was this much furniture in this picture. Yes we moved much of the furniture, or we covered it up, then cleaned up and moved the furnishings back in place. The homeowners were not home during the painting process.
Another view point of the same room. This picture was taken after the painting was completed.
We added a little splash to this room before we painted the ceiling and walls. Notice how the crown molding matches the floor. We faux finished the crown molding to match the hardwood floors.
Once again we added the faux finish to match the hardwood floors.
The homeowners had all new hardwood floors installed in the home before the painting began. We then faux finished the handrail and wood trim on the knee wall of the up stairs loft to match the hardwood floors.
After we faux finished the the handrail to match the new hardwood floors we painted the walls in this stairwell.
We faux finished this post in a distressed crackle effect. We then painted the interior walls.
We even faux finished the serving tray.
Hallway and entrance foyer
Entrance foyer ceiling.
Guest bedroom, light gray on walls and blue ceiling....great look! Either you love it or you hate it.
Looking from entrance foyer down hallway
If you love color as these homeowners do, check out the next 12 pictures. This condo in Fort Myers turned out spectacular.
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