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Summertime and the livin' is easy Check out the freshly finished pool deck, proof that doors and trim don't have to be white and the newest, freshly painted, Next Care Urgent Care. 


Painted Floors, Upcoming Color Talk & Best of the City Voting Open!


Kitchen and Bath Cabinet Updates on a Budget Using paint we can update and refresh your cabinets for a fraction of what replacing them would cost.


We Love Hue!  February, the month of love is here! Because we love hue, we want to  share with you a couple of recent projects and the use of color.


2017: The Year in Pictures


2018 Colors of the Year- October 2017  Each year our favorite paint companies release their colors of the  year. Check out this months newsletter to see the predictions for 2018!


See our latest colorful job photos September 2017  – Check out an amazing staircase painted in Anonymous Gray, one of our  commercial clients Spotlight wall, a freshly painted house for sale,  plus a gallery of photos from our Instagram feed.


Summer Paint and Color July 2017-  In this issue we feature and exterior home that had stain and finish  work done, a garage door special, an elegant, custom home recently  repainted and for sale, plus information on Jennifer’s upcoming color  palette workshop at Sherwin Williams.


From the Blog June 2017  – Catch up on our blog posts: Updating Your Kitchen Cabinets, Should  You Paint Before You Sell, Why You Should Paint More Often, Choosing  Paint Sheen


MAYkeovers with PaintSmith- May 2017   Is it time for a MAYkeover? In this issue we feature a commercial  repaint at Camp Bow Wow, our latest blog post on choosing sheen, our  upcoming Choosing the Perfect Color Palette workshop and  a link to vote  for us as Best of the City! Paint and Color Blog in Albuquerque

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