Posts By: Richard Stewart Painting

Using Pantone’s Fall 2016 Colors in Your Home

Pantone recently released their Fall 2016 Fashion Color Report and we at Richard Stewart Painting could not be more excited! A color palette that was inspired by feelings of tranquility and optimism, Pantone’s fall picks include calming blues and grays, warm earth tones and two exotic shades – yellow and purple. Regardless of your home’s… Read more »

Painting with Pantone’s 2016 Colors

With 2016 just around the corner, color expert Pantone has unveiled their color choices of the year. With a balance of warm and cool hues in mind, they chose Rose Quartz and Serenity. Pantone says that these colors reflect “connection and wellness as well as a soothing sense of order and peace.” These shades of… Read more »

How to Narrow down a Paint Color

Young Couple Painting

Deciding to have a room in your home repainted is an exciting experience, especially if you plan on choosing a new color. However, deciding on color can often be a difficult process. With almost countless shades to choose from, how exactly are you supposed to narrow it down to just one? We’re here to provide… Read more »

Who Hates the Color Blue?

Is Blue Your Favorite Color?

Would you ever paint your house completely blue? Maybe, maybe not. But you wouldn’t expect the entire neighborhood to be in such an uproar! The whole neighborhood turned on Keely and Peter Durbrova when they painted their home blue. It seems that most neighbors didn’t like the color blue. Maybe it got them thinking about… Read more »

Richard Stewart Painting Takes over Hollywood

Richard Stewart Painting has gone Hollywood…well, not quite, but we have come close, closest than we ever have and maybe ever will, being featured on Best Time Ever and hanging with Neil Patrick Harris and Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson. Our very own Richard Stewart was prank interviewed (in the “Voices in Your Head”… Read more »

How to Find the Right Paint Color

Painting Your Home

Need a change but unsure of where to begin? Keep the furniture exactly where it is and look at your walls. With the change of seasons, what better time is there to try something new? Even a subtle swap of hues in a single room can make all of the difference. And if you’re a… Read more »