Michelle Sparrow, North Langley Paint & Decorating owner and design consultant, can help you navigate colour families and collections to find the right colours for your home.

She’s got the look

North Langley Paint & Decorating’s owner Michelle Sparrow can help your walls get a fresh new look

See ya, winter.

Warmer weather and opportunities to open up windows and let in the light makes us all want to want new beginnings and a fresh start.

It’s not enough to dig a bit in the garden and add some annuals to brighten up your exterior. Your inside spaces are begging for a change.

And that’s where Michelle Sparrow the owner of North Langley Paint and Decorating is excited to help you.

North Langley Paint & Decorating is the only Benjamin Moore store in BC (and possibly all of Canada), which is solely owned and operated by a woman. Michelle as an owner and design consultant knows that details matter, and the team at North Langley Paint & Decorating pride themselves on above-and-beyond customer service.

There are many ways to choose the perfect paint colour and the right finish for the right place. And inspiration can come from anywhere. Michelle can help you navigate colour families and collections to find the right colours for your home. This year’s offerings are an exciting family of colours that are subtle and comforting. The colour of the year – Metropolitan AF-690 – is the perfect neutral. Not only will it slide nicely into your existing spaces (whether warm or cool toned), this beautiful new colour it has a unique and modern voice, bringing a touch of elegance and freshness.

Another new trend has accent walls as a jazzy wow factor being replaced lately by textured elements, such as a subtle-textured wallpaper, as it adds interest and texture subtly. North Langley Paint & Decorating has a large selection of wallpaper books to choose from with all the latest trends.

So, you are ready to begin. There are a few questions to answer before you dip that roller into the paint. Choosing the right type of paint for the material you want to change is very important. Whether it’s a cupboard door, a concrete floor, or walls and ceilings, it’s essential to know how to prepare and use the finish for a long-lasting and beautiful job. Often, for us do-it-yourselfers, it’s hard to decide on pairing colours. What should go where? Are you looking for a beautiful contrast for frames, or feature walls, but don’t know where to start? North Langley Paint & Decorating is independently owned and operated, and provides excellent customer service and top quality products for your painting and decorating needs. Whether you visit them in-store, or book an in-home colour consultation, their professional consultants will provide in-home assistance in choosing colours, paint type or decor idea. They have experience tying rooms together with your perfect paint colours.

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