Public spaces in your home--like living rooms, dining rooms and family rooms--are places where you will want your guests to feel welcome on special occasions, but where your family members will want to relax on regular days. In rooms like this, paint colors should straddle the line between attractive and homey, formal and comfortable, subtle and sophisticated.
Generally speaking, synthetic (usually cheaper) brushes last longer than those with natural bristles. At the same time, natural bristles are often preferred for oil-based paints and for varnishes. The synthetic type is favored for water-based and acrylic paints since the bristles don't expand the same way as natural bristles tend to do.
Apart from producing a good paint job, you can expect the pro painters to be exceptionally well organized and knowledgeable. If you are going to pay for a professional, you can expect that person to be well equipped and able to give you all the advice you need.
The problem with inexpensive paint begins with the way it is made. While expensive paints are manufactured to provide the most even coverage possible with the least number of coats, inexpensive paints skimp on materials that would provide the same quality and thickness of coverage.
While humans have been using paint to add color and interest to their home environments for centuries, it is only in relatively recent times that toxins – in particular lead and volatile organic compounds (VOC) – have been added to paint.
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