Painting For Retail Stores

Painting For Retail Stores

Redesigning the interior of a retail space can make your store feel fresh and new. While you may not be able to afford new decor and fixtures, a fresh coat of paint is often enough to brighten up an older space. Many business owners want to spruce things up but they just don’t know where to start. Hiring professional painters to recoat the walls of your retail outlet may just be what your business needs.  What should you look for in a new coat of paint? Here are a few things that you might want to consider for your shop:


Scuff-Resistant Paint

How many times a day do customers brush up against your walls? Maybe your employees are even guilty of pushing displays into the walls and leaving behind those ugly scuff marks. Make those telltale black marks a thing of the past by utilizing scuff-resistant paint. This paint is designed specifically to stand up to high traffic without showing wear and tear. It may be more expensive than regular paint, but its longevity is well worth the price. 


Fade-Resistant Paint

Many business owners have experienced the joy of painting their shop with vibrant colours only for the paint to fade over time. Exposure to sunlight and time can cause your colours to fade if you aren’t using the right type of paint. Our experienced painting contractors will help you choose a shade and name brand that will last for the long haul. 


Chalkboard Paint

Do you want a creative way to display specials and sales? Consider adding a feature wall decorated with chalkboard paint. Your employees can practice their sign-making skills on this stylish wall where you can advertise your premium sales. It’s a quick and easy way to customize your space. If you don’t love the idea of a black chalkboard wall, you might be more interested in white dry erase paint instead. 


Colour Psychology

The colour of your store can influence what and how your customers think and feel about your brand. Be sure to select colours that tie into your overall brand to give your space proper continuity. If you want to add other colours into the mix, consider the message that they send to your customers. For example, green paint is easy on the eyes and tends to symbolize wealth and money. Yellow paint attracts attention and might be a great way to draw new customers into your shop.  


Brands that don’t have specific colours associated with them can still paint their walls with refreshing colours. Do a little bit of research into colour psychology and make sure you choose your new paint colours wisely!


Retail Painting

If you want your retail shop painted properly, place the project in the hands of professionals. At Pinnacle Painting, we will help you choose the right products and the right colours to make your project pop. Give us a call today to see how we can help your business flourish!