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Apple Blossom

Apple Blossom

Regular price $68.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $68.00 USD
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Apple Blossom is a soft, green hue that is perfect for bedrooms, nurseries, and living areas. The color creates a space that is both inviting and uplifting.

Apple Blossom pairs beautifully with a range of design styles for both interior and exterior. Its versatility allows it to complement both traditional and modern furnishings, and the color's soft pink-green harmonizes well with neutral tones like white and gray.

When used as an accent color, Apple Blossom adds a touch of sweetness and charm to walls, trim, and furniture. Its delicate shade makes it suitable for both large and small spaces.

Light Reflectance Value (LRV): 59.56%

LRV expresses the percentage of light reflected from a surface. It ranges from 0-100%.

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  • Paint Details

    Zero VOC: our paint is zero VOC which means no carbon-based solvents and a healthier environment.

    Green Seal Certified: our paint meets and exceeds environmental criteria regarding VOCs, emissions, application, washability, and packaging.

    Low Odor: our paint has minimal odor to provide a safer painting environment.

    Washable: our premium paint is highly durable and washable so you can get rid of those pesky scuffs.

    Dry Time to touch: about 2 hours. Could be slightly faster or slower depending climate.

    Dry Time to recoat: about 4 hours. Could be slightly faster or slower depending climate.

  • How Much Paint Do I Need?

    Gallon: a gallon of paint covers about 400 square feet. If you are painting a small room or larger, you likely need at least 1 gallon.

    Quart: a quart of paint covers about 115 square feet. A quart is enough for a small accent wall or for painting the trim around a room.

    Pint Sample: a pint of paint covers about 75 square feet. This is intended to be used as a sample. A sample will help you see a paint color on the surfaces within your home. This will allow you to better understand how it will look as the sun and natural lighting hit it at different angles throughout the day.

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  • Eggshell Finish

    Eggshell defines the finish of a paint. Eggshell paint is characterized by its subtle sheen and smooth finish, resembling the low-luster surface of an eggshell. This type of paint is a popular choice for interior walls and surfaces due to its balance between matte and glossy finishes. It's more durable and easier to clean than flat paint, making it suitable for areas with moderate traffic, like living rooms and bedrooms. Its slightly reflective quality also helps in hiding imperfections on walls, offering a practical yet aesthetically pleasing coating solution for home interiors.

  • Semi-Gloss Finish

    Semi-gloss defines the finish of a paint. Semi-gloss paint, known for its moderate shine, is commonly used for both interior and exterior surfaces. This type of paint provides a durable and washable finish, making it suitable for high-traffic areas like kitchens and bathrooms, and trim work. Its reflective quality adds a subtle gleam to surfaces, contributing to a polished look while ensuring ease of maintenance. Semi-gloss paint is favored for its resistance to moisture and stains, making it a practical choice for areas prone to splashes, spills, or frequent cleaning.

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  • Interior Paint

    Interior paint is a liquid coating applied to the inner surfaces of buildings and homes, primarily walls and ceilings. Its purpose is both functional and aesthetic, providing protection against wear and tear while enhancing the visual appeal of indoor spaces. Interior paint serves as a versatile tool for homeowners and decorators, allowing them to define and refresh the ambiance of a room, making it a crucial element in home design and maintenance.

  • Exterior Paint

    Exterior paint is a liquid coating applied to the outer surfaces of buildings and homes, such as walls, trim, and siding. Its primary function is to safeguard the structure from environmental elements, including weather, UV radiation, and pollutants. Beyond protection, exterior paint plays a pivotal role in enhancing a house or building's curb appeal. The paint acts as a shield against deterioration while providing a visually appealing finish and style.

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  • Prep Before You Paint

    Preparing surfaces before painting involves a few essential steps. Clean the surface thoroughly to remove dust, dirt, and grease. Repair any cracks or holes with appropriate fillers, and then sand the surface to create a smooth texture. Cover the areas not intended for paint with painter's tape and drop cloths. Ensure proper ventilation and wear protective gear during the preparation process and while painting. Lastly, use paint primer to enhance adhesion of the paint, and to promote an even finish.

  • Use Paint Primer First

    You should consider using paint primer before painting. Using a paint primer is crucial in various scenarios when painting a room. If the walls have uneven surfaces, stains, or patches, primer helps create a uniform base, ensuring a smoother, more consistent paint application.

    Primer is particularly essential when transitioning from a dark to a light paint color, as it minimizes the number of topcoat layers needed for full coverage.

    Additionally, for new drywall or porous surfaces, primer acts as a sealant, preventing the paint from soaking in excessively and aiding in durability.

    And in high-moisture areas or where there's a risk of mildew, our primer with mildew-resistant properties provides an extra layer of protection, ensuring long-lasting results.

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