Choosing the right products can be extremely overwhelming, exhausting & seem impossible- That's where we come in. Here at Headings, we go the extra mile to assist you in making the perfect selection for your space.
A problem most clients face is that they look around and see so many different options and feel lost. We narrow your selections down to just a few favorites, we eliminate the ones you don't fall in love with & help you ease into making a choice.
Remember we're experienced and trained in this industry and understand how important making the right choice is.
If you have just one color in mind that you wish to start designing your space from, GREAT! Color is our specialty. Corresponding products to create a dream space is what makes us the professionals. We can help you match your new materials with an existing paint color- Or assist you in picking a new one using our Benjamin Moore designer paint kit!
This will differ from room to room, however with any space it starts with one piece- a focal point, a color scheme, art work, etc.
Once you have determined that- you can branch off from there.
For example: In a kitchen you will ALWAYS choose your countertop before your backsplash- This way you are certain the colors, textures and over all visual will work. Your backsplash is the very last piece to the 'puzzle'-
Paint colors can be the first or last step to any great design!
Absolutely!! Yes, You can! This is often the case in a small bathroom. Most tile these days come in 12"x24" which can be a bit misleading to the consumer. By adding a tile larger than 12"x12" in a small bathroom your actually doing two things:
1) Tricking the eye to think the space is larger than it actually is!
2) LESS GROUT to clean!
This application is the new normal!
Although not an easy installation; some tiles are even 24"x24" now, and look amazing installed!!
Designing a home using only one color, or a few shades of the same color is called a "monochromatic' color scheme. This is applied when different values and intensities are combined, all based on the same color.
This is something that seems to be trending in 2021- kitchens & bathrooms designed using all white and grey shades.
On the other hand; A 'complementary' color scheme is created using contrasting colors, these colors are located directly across from each other. This adds excitement to any space!
Red & Green tones
Blue & Orange tones
Purple & yellow tones
You may even do this without even noticing!