Our team takes great pride in our work and we believe every home buyer should truly love their home inside and out. From the selection of materials to the paint on the walls, we ensure that attention to the finest details is our main focus. As a luxury custom home builder in Birmingham, we are proud to use Sherwin-Williams paint colors in all our custom homes. Sherwin-Williams has been a leader in paint technology for over 150 years and is also a sponsor of the Southern Living Custom Builder Program, a network of some of the finest custom home builders in the South that we’re proud to be part of.
At J. Wright building company, we choose the best-of-the-best for our custom homes and that begins with the exterior and interior paint choices. Painting is an investment we make for our homebuyers – in time, money and labor. A high-quality coating starts with ingredients that allow paint to apply more easily, look better and last longer. When it comes to selecting paint, quality does matter and that’s why we choose to work with Sherwin-Williams.
Each year, top paint manufactures name a Color of the Year that they feel will best represent the upcoming year. For 2019, Sherwin-Williams unveiled Cavern Clay (SW 7701) as the color of choice. The warm, earthy terracotta shade that’s “a nod to midcentury modern style, but with the soul of the American Southwest,” according to the company, sets the tone for a desert modern aesthetic, and has ancient, elemental roots.
“We believe 2019 will be a renaissance of the 1970s, with a twist,” states Sue Wadden, Director of Color Marketing at Sherwin-Williams. “In the coming year, we will embrace our pioneering spirits and artisan ingenuity. Our 2019 Color of the Year, Cavern Clay, embodies renewal, simplicity and free-spirited, bohemian flair.” The color is a part of the Wanderer Color Journal that was announced earlier this year in Sherwin-Williams’s 2019 Colormix® Color Forecast.
When paired with the right colors, Cavern Clay works as a timeless backdrop for a variety of styles in all rooms. Sherwin-Williams suggests pairing Cavern Clay with neutrals Moth Wing (SW 9174) or Dark Clove (SW 9183) for a carefree yet sophisticated look. To embrace popular 70s color palettes with a refreshed approach, try a dusty denim blue or even an avocado color. Sherwin-Williams also says that the earthy hue can be both casual and refined, such as when making it the backdrop of a dining room or kitchen and pairing it with bright tiles, warm stone and sculptural greenery. While not your typical Southern farmhouse colors, these color combinations can be a fun way to add color into a room in your home, such as in a powder bath, the laundry room, or a sunroom or solarium.
In terms of interior house painting, we use Sherwin-Williams’ Cashmere paint. Cashmere is a unique, ultra-smooth, high-hiding interior latex paint that offers a non-sticky application and provides a silky, high-end finish in flat enamel or low to medium lustre. What sets Cashmere apart from the competition is its rich finish, great durability and room-enhancing sheen. Cashmere does not have the same sheens as other paint lines and even when paired with glossier sheens, it produces a smooth, flawless finish.
For exterior paint, we use the top-of-the-line Resilience Exterior with MoistureGuard™ Technology. Resilience offers the best hide of any paint on the market which makes it the most durable and easy to apply. The smooth finish not only makes it great for the general exterior of a home, but it is also perfect to use on architectural details like decorative mouldings, columns and doors. Unlike traditional exterior coatings, Resilience Paint from Sherwin-Williams has the ability to dry fast and resist moisture in only two hours. It also comes in a variety of finishes, providing flexibility in both the finish and applicability of the paint.
Color is a powerful tool. It can bring your home together, make a room feel rejuvenating, and lend a feeling of anything from whimsy to modernity. The rich history, top-quality products and large variety of paint finishes and colors are just a few reasons we choose Sherwin-Williams as our paint vendor. Learn more about our process and select vendors at www.jwrightbuildingcompany.com.
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