Painting the entire house is indeed a big responsibility. But, if you have just moved in or looking to revamp the look of your home, interior house painting is without giving a try. Always keep in mind, that during the interior painting Sydney process, you will be without rooms and spaces for some time, also you will have to deal with the smell from paint. Hence it is important to plan in advance with the prioritisation of the rooms in your house from the frequently used rooms to the least used. Here are a few tips from the Sydney painters on how to prioritise your rooms for painting –
- Bedroom and Bathroom – These are the most used rooms in any house. Getting these both rooms painted first, will ensure that you have a space to keep all your valuable things in a place, and a comfortable place to rest. Also, you can stay away from the intense paint fumes from the other rooms.
- Kitchen – This should be the next one on your list, as you should be able to access your food and prepare the meals even during the painting process. If you are planning to dine out or order food during the painting job, it is advised to get do away with the perishable foods on your kitchen racks, as it might get spoilt and invite pest or any nasty odours into your kitchen.
- Living Room – It is usually the largest of all rooms in the house. Fortunately, now that you have got your bedroom to relax, the living room is not a high-priority room. So, take your time, and paint it the way you like.
Laundry Room – Save this room for the last. Also make sure to store all clothes in a different room, so that they don’t take on that paint smell.