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Somerville Condo Interior Painting Project

Recently we created a blog post specially dedicated to a project done in a Somerville (Massachusetts) condo (click here to read it). On that post we focused on two walls painted by the owner of our company, Jorge Carlos Auricchio. He used the painting techniques “Venetian” plaster and “Faux Finish to work in the living room and the master bedroom of the house. Today we will keep talking about the same home. With more rooms completely painted we are here to share more details, pictures and information about this beautiful project.

This is the living room and here we are able to see how a strong, moody deep mustard pigment and beautiful decor can make all the difference in a house. This vividly yellow wall was painted with “India Yellow no. 66” from Farrow and Ball.

This is the common bathroom of this project and it’s clearly easy to get inspired by this room. The walls were painted with “Dimpse no. 277” from Farrow and Ball and top coated with “Studio Glaze” from Benjamin Moore.

This elegant laundry room is located in the back of the house with the common bathroom. The walls of this place were painted with “Dimpse no. 277” from Farrow and Ball and top coated with “Studio Glaze” from Benjamin Moore. The trims were painted with “Cornforth White no. 228” from Farrow and Ball.

When we thought this house could not be more charming we painted this master bedroom wall. The results of a painting process using products from Fine Paints of Europe are a fresh and classy room. This room represents what we love most: to bring the finest touch your painting project deserves.

When you love to receive guests in your house you put all your efforts into make them feel very welcome in their bedrooms. In this project, the guest bedroom was painted with “Strong White no. 2001” from Farrow and Ball. The trims were painted with “All White no. 2005” from Farrow and Ball as well.

Still in the guest area, this is the guests bathroom – very classic and stylish. This is the part of the house (walls) was painted with “Caggabe White no. 269” from Farrow and Ball.

This vividly bathroom vanity is also part of the guest bathroom. To get this ultra high glossy result we painted the cabinets with “Hollandlac Brilliant” on top of the color “E12-32” (“The One Thousand Collection”), both from Fine Paints of Europe​.

1) “India Yellow no. 66” from Farrow and Ballbit.ly/2OopKnw

2) “Dimpse no. 277” from Farrow and Ballbit.ly/2vwCqBp

3)  “Studio Glaze” from Benjamin Moorebit.ly/2vtq11g

4) “Cornforth White no. 228” from Farrow and Ballbit.ly/2m3lAa8

5) Fine Paints Of Europe products: bit.ly/1q2RzBC

6) “Strong White no. 2001” from Farrow and Ballbit.ly/2Ma8nu0

7) “All White no. 2005” from Farrow and Ballbit.ly/2MCa3Iw

8) “Caggabe White no. 269” from Farrow and Ballbit.ly/2nnvH8u

9) “Hollandlac Brilliant” from Fine Paints of Europe​: bit.ly/2u7pRfa

10)  Color “E12-32” (“The One Thousand Collection”) from Fine Paints of Europe​bit.ly/2ATuj7k

 

Wellesley Exterior Painting Project

It’s Summer time and we from Level Five Painting, LLC. strive to provide every client with excellent work in every painting project, making it a pleasant and unique experience. We provide an impressive variety of residential painting services to homeowners throughout the Greater Boston and Metro West areas of Massachusetts. Our team is well skilled to repair and paint new, contemporary and historical homes, interior and exterior, with the objective of obtaining amazing results that will last.

Our team has dependable and polite painters who will take care of your painting project and your home making sure all work areas are protected, cleaned and secure. Our staff are fully insured and licensed professionals who operate in an efficient and friendly manner. We also maintain a non-smoking policy.

Because all of that, every single project painted by our employees is done with perfection. This post is dedicated to a summer project done in Wellesley (Massachusetts). This exterior project received paint products from Benjamin Moore and California Paints.

The body of this house was painted with a mix that consists of the “Old Navy 2063-10” from Benjamin Moore as the reference color in the product “Ultra 2010 – Low Sheen” from California Paints.

The trims of this project were painted with another mix: “White Diamond 2121-60” from Benjamin Moore as color reference in the product “Ultra 2010 – Semi Gloss” from California Paints.  The bulkhead door was finished with “Ultra Spec 500 Low Sheen – Low Sheen (537)” from Benjamin Moore.

If you are interested to see more pictures about this house you can visit our Instagram posts entirely dedicated to this beautiful project (with videos): click here and here.

1)  “Old Navy 2063-10” from Benjamin Moorehttp://bit.ly/2LOKYgA

2)  “White Diamond 2121-60” from Benjamin Moore: http://bit.ly/2OvWzj2

3) “Ultra Spec 500 Low Sheen – Low Sheen (537)”  from Benjamin Moore. : http://bit.ly/2vmrt4z

4) “Ultra 2010 – Semi Gloss” from California Paintshttp://bit.ly/2LEkvmC

Venetian Plaster and Faux Finish

Our company can transform your plain walls into your home’s most elegant place with a Venetian plaster and a lot of talent. This blog post is specially dedicated to this project done in a Somerville (Massachusetts) condo. The painter responsible for this project is the owner of our company, Jorge Carlos Auricchio. This project is special because two painting techniques were used: the “Venetian” plaster and the “Faux Finish”. One in the living room and the other one in the master bedroom, respectively.

The living room wall was painted with the “Venetian Plaster” tint base from Modern Masters. This product matches the color “Ashley Gray HC-87” from Benjamin Moore. This painting also has a tiny paint of the color “Black 2132-10”, also from Benjamin Moore.

The second part of this project was done in the master bedroom. The products used in the wall are a paint from Fine Paints of Europe and the “Latex Glaze | Semi-Gloss (405)” from Benjamin Moore.

If you are interested to see more pictures about this house you can visit our Instagram posts entirely dedicated to this beautiful project (with videos): click here to see the living room post | click here to see the master bedroom post. Here are the first two samples of these paintings.

The first sample is from the living room and the second one is from the painting done in the master bedroom.

1) “Venetian Plaster” from Modern Mastershttps://bit.ly/2NtWdbn

2) “Ashley Gray HC-87” from Benjamin Moorehttps://bit.ly/2JAJpxL

3) “Black 2132-10” from Benjamin Moorehttps://bit.ly/2uFUhVs

4) Fine Paints of Europe products: https://bit.ly/1q2RzBC

#NeedhamProject (Fireplace and Kitchen)

Back in October from last year we started one of our biggest painting projects. Located in Needham (Massachusetts) this three-floor single family house has Christine Nelson  as its interior designer. The exterior part of this house was finished right before the cold weather started, in November from 2017. The interior part of this house is a world by itself. Today we are going to talk about the fireplace area and the kitchen.

The walls from the fireplace area were painted with “Stonington Gray HC-170” while the coffered ceiling was painted with “White Dove OC-17” – both colors from Benjamin Moore. The shelves from this room were painted using a lacquer Resistant “White” from M.L Campbell Finishes.

These kitchen walls were also painted with “Stonington Gray HC-170” from Benjamin Moore. The ceiling (beams) was painted with high gloss paint from Fine Paints Of Europe  – matching with the color “White Dove OC-17”, also from Benjamin Moore.

If you are interested to see more pictures about this house you can visit our Pinterest board entirely dedicated to this beautiful project.

1) “Stonington Gray HC-170” from Benjamin Moorehttps://bit.ly/2MZnHWa

2) “White Dove OC-17” from Benjamin Moorehttps://bit.ly/2ITZiQB

3)  Lacquer Resistant “White” from M.L Campbell Finishes.: https://bit.ly/2KSsLyh

4) High gloss (“Hollandlac Brilliant”) paint from Fine Paints Of Europehttps://bit.ly/2u7pRfa