Whether you’re just finishing a big remodel or changing your daughter’s bedroom color for the fifth time, it’s important to know what to do with your paint when you’re finished. While you may want to keep it on the shelf for a while before you throw it out (don’t forget to store it properly), we want to give you the resources to find the appropriate place for your paint when you’re through with it. In many states, it is illegal to dispose of paint in the trash or down drains because it can contaminate drinking and ocean water. Dispose of paint the proper way with these step-by-step instructions.
Things to Remember When Disposing of Paint
While our stores are closed to the public, it’s not only possible but easy to shop for paint from the comfort of your home and without setting foot in our store. Here’s how:
By drawing in the eye, an accent or feature wall heightens visual interest and importance to a space. Applying color and texture to a single wall can give the illusion of a larger room or create an appealing sense of architectural structure without resorting to any kind of construction.