Painting Soho London Wooden Floor Boards - Prepare, Fill, Prime and then Paint a Wooden Floor
Here the client wanted to keep the living space clean throughout with white walls and light floors, creating light and space throughout the apartment.
We all know the practicalities of living with white / ivory carpets, especially in the hallway and living areas.
So after much debate, we went for the option of painting the existing floor boards. Overall they were in good condition, so it did seemed a shame not to use as a feature and retain the true character of this 1890's Soho building.
Soho London project
Painting London Offices with accent colours to define your specific areas and type of business
The vast majority of offices that I paint are white. But many companies are now beginning to realise the power of colour. This can be used to determine a specific working area, increase work efficiency and output, help staff relax and unwind and create a positive and favorable impression on entering the premises. Generally the rule of thumb is, the less colour involved, the more serious the business.
As reception areas are the first point of contact for clients it is important to create a welcoming and a positive impression.
A magazine publisher in Farringdon London with a company logo of vibrant pink. Having sourced the colour, we decided along with the client, that painting complete walls was going to be a little too over powering. A subtle approach was to use small panels and pillars to introduce their corporate colour.
The British Council - Sustainable development exhibition
The main reception /exhibition area of The British Council in Trafalgar Square is a blank canvas of white walls.
Here we transformed the space overnight with a vibrant yellow as a back drop for the exhibition artwork.