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Interior Painting

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Have a room that's crying for a facelift, but you aren't sure where to begin? Interior painting isn't limited to just the walls. While any room in your home may appear uninteresting and made of plain old walls, it takes just a little imagination to bring it back to life.

That's because walls are only one aspect of a room—ceilings, doors and trim can also help re-energize your living room, bedroom, or any other space.
 
Benjamin Moore's Regal Paint cans lined up in a row of five. Interior Paints & Other Products

Learn more about the types of paints you will need to complete your interior painting project.

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Benjamin Moore painting tools. Supplies

View a full list of supplies that every indoor painting project will require.

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A painter applying tape between wall and baseboard Preparation

Preparation is vital to a successful painting project. See what steps you'll need to take before
you even open a bucket of paint.

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A painter applying tape between wall and baseboard Painting

Find step-by-step instructions for painting interior walls, from cutting in to finishing up.

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Blue paint poured into a Benjamin Moore paint bucket "Boxing" Paint

When using more than one can of paint for a particular job, "boxing" paint ensures color consistency.

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Six varieties of Benjamin Moore Fresh Start Primer paint cans Priming

A critical step before painting, priming seals the surface and prolongs the wet edge of finished coats, reducing lap marks and ensuring a uniform color and luster. Find out all you need to know about priming your walls.

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Can of Benjamin Moore Regal blue-colored paint covered with plastic wrap Clean Up

Proper disposal and cleanup after an interior painting project are essential. Find out exactly how to clean up and dispose of any leftover paint.

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