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Posts Tagged ‘Fine Paints of Europe’

October 30th, 2018 Exterior Accent Colors: Your 2019 Guide to Painting Boldly

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You heard it here first, neutrals are in! Studies show that houses painted grey are more likely to sell than their bolder-hued counterparts, and sell for over listing price. Color us intrigued! With Metropolitan AF-690, an elegant classic grey, recently named Benjamin Moore’s Color of the Year 2019, we know for sure, that grey is the color of 2019. With so many versatile shades of grey, it’s easy to stay within that color scheme–it goes with everything! But when your home is the fourth neutral in a row on your block, it’s time to spice things up and make your space stand out. Contrary to popular belief, you can use both neutrals and bold shades in the same space. Here are some of the best exterior accent colors and ways to incorporate them into your home exterior. 

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May 27th, 2018 Timeless New Orleans Colors

 

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Picture this: you’re sitting on America’s oldest operating streetcar, a national historical landmark. Deep green live oak trees line the street. Sunlight beams through their branches, creating intricate shadows on the streetcar tracks. And the houses. There is nothing more historic to Uptown New Orleans than the St. Charles Avenue mansions. A sea of elegant painted brick, sculpted columns, and cast iron fences, these expansive houses have become a tourist attraction of their own. The history of these famous homes spans centuries, and over time, they have developed a timeless, only in New Orleans look.

 

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September 14th, 2016 Preservation Resource New Orleans Magazine September 2016 Issue

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In partnership with Traditional Home, Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans worked side by side to host the 2016 Southern Style Showhouse Now. As some of you might know, Jason Bertoniere Painting Contractor participated in the interior painting restoration aspect of the project. Specifically, we were assigned to paint the living room, designed by Shaun Smith, of the Traditional Home Southern Style Showhouse back in May.

On a phone interview with Preservation in Print, Jason Bertoniere explains the role of painting in terms of restoration and historic preservation and the importance of combining “old painting methods” with modern techniques and trends.

The article, which was published in their September 2016 issue Keeping Old World Methods Alive, covers the changes in paint products and application techniques over the years.  In terms of restoration specifically, Preservation in Print discusses how paint product, painting techniques, and skill level are key to maintaining historic homes’ original “glory”–looking the same as they did when they were first built.

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May 12th, 2016 TRADITIONAL HOME Southern Style Now ShowHouse 2016

We are excited to tell you that Jason Bertoniere, Inc. participated as one of the painting contractors for the TRADITIONAL HOME New Orleans Southern Style Now SHOWHOUSE 2016.

Every year TRADITIONAL HOME sponsors a National Showhouse Tour. Each room of the selected house is allocated to different local designers and artisans. This year New Orleans will be a host city for the first time ever! A beautiful home located at 7618 St Charles Ave, New Orleans will be the showhouse. Local designer, Shaun Smith, has chosen our company to work along side with his team to bring his vision for the living room to life.

If you would like to tour this fabulously designed home, you can do so during the open house from May 19th to June 12th!

Also, we will be volunteering at the Showhouse on Saturday, June 4th from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM.  Specific rooms will be assigned to us where we will be greeting guests and sharing information about the designers who participated in this exciting project.  Come See Us!

Don’t Miss It!

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