Interior Painting in Belmont


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  • Fresh Coat Painters of Arlington
    Ron Imposimato’s crew of experienced, insured painters update homes inside and out with coats of Sherwin Williams paint. Whether they’re painting dining rooms with eco-friendly colorant, coating the exteriors of newly constructed homes, or staining backyard decks, they guarantee each job with a two-year warranty on their labor and workmanship. Staffers can also carefully strip away old wallpaper and aging shadow puppets clinging to the past to make room for fresh coats of paint.
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    1337 Massachusetts Ave
    Arlington, MA US
  • Logan Furniture
    At Logan Furniture, you will find quality brand name furniture, accessories and mattresses for less. We pride ourselves on providing our customers with the styles they want at a price they can actually afford.
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    37 N Beacon St
    Watertown, MA US
  • Johnson Paint
    From a single Newbury Street storefront that first opened its doors in 1939, the Johnson Paint Company equips artists and renovators with a full spectrum of painting products and supplies to complete creative and residential projects. Customers browse paints, exterior stains, and eco-friendly products as friendly staff advise them on the best tools for their projects so that first-time clowns will apply the appropriate paint to their faces instead of just primer. Brighten rooms with a fresh coat of Benjamin Moore Regal Select ($48.99/gallon) or Benjamin Moore Aura ($63.99/gallon) and disguise wallpaper with a colorful new identity behind Farrow & Ball ($85/gallon) and Donald Kaufman ($110/gallon) pigment. Johnson Paint Company specializes in hard-to-find items such as dutch kalsomine, powdered pigments, and aniline dyes, saving customers from hand-grinding ochres and iron oxides in private workshops.
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    32 Warren St
    Waltham, MA US
  • Oriental Furniture
    Oriental Furniture unites customers with a vast online inventory of authentic Japanese, Chinese, and Thai home furnishings. Peruse their collection of Chinese art furniture items such as the ladies tea-time display table featuring dark lacquered trim and traditional artwork from the Song dynasty ($129), or check out a variety of room dividers and accent lamps to divide and illuminate living spaces. Close off room corners with a six-foot-tall window-pane shoji screen ($79), choosing from six natural colors to complement the existing hues of your library and provide ample privacy for changing into smoking jackets. Groupon holders can also invite a figure of compassion into their homes by opting for a 12" handmade Kwan Yin statue. With its head bowed in a peaceful and reflective manner, the Kwan Yin statue encourages onlookers to reflect on their relationships and to perform compassionate acts not only for others, but also for themselves.
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    87 Fawcett St
    Cambridge, MA US
  • Dickson Brothers True Value
    A Harvard Square fixture for more than 50 years, Dickson Brothers equips crafty carpenters and handy homeowners with home-improvement supplies to help execute DIY restorations. Create family-room frescoes with California and Pratt & Lambert paints ($36.99/gallon), using tidy tools such as brooms ($5.69), irons ($17.99), and vacuums ($69.99) as inspiration. Illuminate lavish living spaces with lava lamps ($17.99) while brand-new teakettles ($20.99) warm up human interiors.
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    26 Brattle St
    Cambridge, MA US
  • Paint Corner Art Bar
    Leslie Belkner and her staff of fellow artists know that not everyone feels like an artist. But she also believes that "everyone has creativity within themselves" as well as "an ability and a desire to express" that creativity. At Paint Corner Art Bar, Leslie helps guests get creative juices flowing by pairing social painting sessions with gourmet snacks (such as cheese, charcuterie and truffle-flavored popcorn) and glasses of wine and craft beer. As attendees laugh, sip, and learn, they dress canvases with their personal take of one image. A painter and graphic designer, Leslie used to own her own graphic design studio, served as the in-house designer for Sam Adams, and worked as a teacher at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. she reports that these past experiences help her connect inexperienced painters with the world of art.
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    31 Belmont Street
    Cambridge, MA US