As seen on The Nate Berkus Show – Power of Color

We’re a little late in promoting this (we’re getting better!) but some of you may be interested in knowing that Rutgers Painting was on The Nate Berkus Show in 2011.  Along with http://www.njkitchensandbaths.com/ we worked on a home in Newark that ended up looking beautiful.  Check it out!

Exterior painting to this beautiful tudor in Short Hills, NJ completed in 2013 by Rutgers Permanent Painting. 25 year warranty!

On the Job: Midhurst Road in Short Hills

Take a look at this home in Short Hills, NJ.  Why is some of the siding in the photo below sanded bare while other boards still have the old paint?  It’s because Permanent Paint can be applied over existing paint as long as it is not peeling.  The paint on the dark brown (unsanded) areas […]

Before & After: Ridgewood Road in Maplewood

This house in Maplewood, NJ may be our most drastic before & after so far this year! The owner took the property from eyesore to showpiece.  Even better?  He’s saving himself time and money for years to come by choosing a 25 year warranty!

The Big Picture: Subtle greens for the exterior

Don’t be afraid of green – it can be a great, subtle color that is common in many historic palettes.  Greens that are almost grey or tan are usually the safest bet.  Choose contrasting trim and accent colors like creamy white and warm, reddish brown.  They will keep the house from blending in completely with the […]

Amazing colors at Walton Road, Maplewood, New Jersey

Check out the amazing colors on this home painted by Rutgers Painting in June 2013!  The siding color, Hale Navy HC-154, has gotten a lot of attention as the shutter color on another house we painted, and the bright lemon yellow door was exactly the right choice to add a modern twist to this Maplewood, […]

Inspiration: Inviting Colonial

This center-hall colonial in Glen Ridge is exactly the kind of home that comes to mind when you think of New Jersey.  Its cheerful yellow siding is matched with a bright red door and deep green shutters.  The homeowner was smart to choose Permanent Paint because mildew and dust can take a toll on light colored homes, making them […]