This Saturday, February 26, 2011, Perry & Co. Real Estate Professionals‘ Denver Realtor, Kim Kouba is hosting a color consultation workshop featuring two of Colorado’s best color experts from Belcaro Paint & Decorating.

A change in color is the most cost effective way to bring some punch into your décor, or spruce your house up for sale. Maybe you plan to start with the 2011 Pantone Color Of The Year, Honeysuckle. It’s a fresh take on a retro shade of pink that certainly comes with a ‘can do’ dose of moxie. You’re ready to make a move, but just how do you get the shade just right and not waste time and money on blush, hot pink, or that oh so dated 1980′s mauve?

It’s as easy as stopping in for a morning of color consultation with Denver Colorado’s premier professionals from Belcaro Paint & Decorating Center. Since 1986 this Mom & Pop shop has been industry front runners in color choice with their innovative Wet Paint samples. Today they’re still Denver’s top paint store, with their custom paint loaded spray cans, liquid masking, and large selection of VOC paints. Really the best resource to help you get your painting project job done.

You’ll love the tips and tricks of the trade they plan to share. They’ll teach us how lighting, surrounding furniture, and fabrics all impact color perception. They’ll give us the best ways to describe color misses for better luck next time, and walk us through the best steps for finding that just right shade.

We’re gonna get personal and interactive. So bring in that drapery or bedding fabric, carpet samples or even a favorite piece of art or a toy. They all can be used to find a complimentary color.

You’re invited!
Saturday February 26th, 10:00
Stapleton Community Room – 2823 Roslyn St., Denver, CO, 80238

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