Level Five Painting LLC


Needham Interior Painting Project

Day by day, we from Level Five Painting, LLC. strive to provide the finest touch your painting project deserves. Since 2014 we have been making dreams come true by offering 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.

One of our favorite things to do after finishing a painting project is sharing it with all our followers. We believe that this action is able to get people inspired. For us, nothing is better than great reviews and a very attractive portfolio. Fortunately, we have both (click here and here). Today we are here to share one of our most recent interior painting projects. Done in Needham (MA), this house had Christine Nelson as its interior designer. You can know more about her services by visiting her website: click here.

To start, this is the children (boys) bedroom. In this room, we played with different shades of blue by painting it with Benjamin Moore products. These walls were painted with “Subway Tile CSP-585” and finished with “Aura Interior Paint – Eggshell (524)”.

We believe that richly pigmented paint products resulted in vividly walls such as the ones from this attic bathroom. The walls of this room were painted with the cleanest, freshest and most uncomplicated of all greens, the “Yearbridge Green no. 287” from Farrow and Ball. According to the Farrow and Ball website, “this color was found at Yeabridge House, an 18th-century Georgian Hamstone farmhouse when the original gun cupboard was removed. This vibrant verdant green had laid untouched for many years but was amazingly still reminiscent of the lush Somerset grass that surrounds the house”.

With less yellow than green, the color “Yeabridge Green” is the true avocado green, perfect to receive all the lights from the attic of the house.

This family put so much effort to make their kids space super nicer that it got us asking ourselves: “what treatment do our children deserve and what kind of treatment are we giving to them?”. Our clients think their kids are worthy of the best bathroom we could ever paint, do we! Because of that, we transform this bathroom with some Benjamin Moore products.

In this room, we painted the walls with “Alfresco 1672” (color) and finished with “Aura Bath & Spa – Matte (532)”, both from Benjamin Moore.

If you got very interested in this project we suggest you follow us on our social media (@level5pntgllc). Over there, we have been posting more details and pictures of this house. If you would like to see what we have already posted just click on here (to know more about the attic bathroom). Here or here (to read more about the boy’s bathroom) and here to visit a post about the boy’s bedroom.

1) “Subway Tile CSP-585” from Benjamin Moorebit.ly/2nHdsuS

2) “Aura Interior Paint – Eggshell (524)” from Benjamin Moore: bit.ly/2OF1ugY

3) “Yearbridge Green no. 287” from Farrow and Ballbit.ly/2BdAVO3

4)Alfresco 1672″ from Benjamin Moorebit.ly/2j4qK1R

5) “Aura Bath & Spa – Matte (532)” from Benjamin Moorebit.ly/2nEV8CH

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