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Cheltenham Exterior Painting

The View, Leckhampton Hill, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL53 9QG
01242 263 345


Unit 17e, Village Farm, Preston, Gloucestershire GL7 5PR
01285 640 053


28 Southgate Street, Gloucester GL1 2
01452 421 188

John Greatorex

Wyck Cottage, Atkinson Street, Childswickham, Broadway WR12 7HF
07889 284 093

Boon Painter & Decorator

64 Reddings Park, Cheltenham GL516UD
01242 221 498


Gloucester Rd, Cirencester GL7 2JY
01285 640 215

Langsbury Decorators

4 The Vine Yard, Stanton, Broadway WR12 7LZ
01386 584 886

Country Colours

20 West Way, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 1JA
01285 641 514

Colin Strawford

239 Brooklyn Road, Cheltenham GL51 8DZ
01242 513 305

J R Holden & Sons

5 Countess Lilias Road, Cirencester GL7 1UD
01285 656 559

Benson Mark Ltd

Unit 5/Bramery Business Park/Alstone La, Cheltenham GL518HE
01242 572 737

Mike Mills Painters & Decorators Ltd

7 Spider Lane, Stroud GL5 1EP
01453 756 452

Mike Dudfield & Son

Evans Hill, Murcot, Broadway, Worcestershire WR12 7HS
07904 516951

Painting and Decorating close to Cheltenham

Painting and Decorating in Cheltenham

  • Attaching insulating lining paper to reduce heat loss
  • Using tile paint to modernise bathroom on a budget
  • Designing murals for outside or indoor walls
  • Painting and priming cupboard doors to revamp kitchen cabinets
  • Varnishing sanded down internal doors
  • Redecorating kids' bedrooms with naturally derived eco paint
  • Providing interior design consulation services
  • Removing wallpaper from bedrooms in detached house
  • Using wood stain to preserve exterior window frames and doors
  • Using masonry paint to fresh exterior brickwork

Different Types of Paint

Depending on the type of finish you prefer for the room you are redecorating will decide which sort of paint you should purchase for painting your walls. Textured paint such as velvet emulsion can add depth to painted walls, making feature walls stand out more and combining the look of luxurious fabrics and suede effects that can provide an overall co-ordinated interior design style. Wooden floors, doors and both door frames and architraves need regular painting, whether with gloss paint to refresh yellowing paintwork, or sanding and staining or varnishing to show the natural grain of the wood.


When you want a decorative design to cover your walls, wallpaper can give effects that can't be achieved with paint, whether you want textured finishes for depth and individuality or unique designs to contrast with furnishings. Using borders to accompany your wallpaper can pick out elements of a design in the main wallpaper design on your wall, or add contrast to a plain colour, and can be used either around the top of walls or at waist height. Removing old wallpaper before hanging new wallpaper is best to ensure your paper stays firmly attached to the wall and any pock marks, dents or chips in the wall can be filled to provide a smooth surface.

Painting Techniques

Creating custom paint effects to give old furniture a new lease of life can be an effective way of incorporating interior design features and new colour schemes in your home. A number of paint techniques you may wish to incorporate include ragging, or rag rolling, to create mottled paintwork designs, stencilling to add crisp painted designs as an alternative to wallpaper borders, or crackle paint to provide a two tone colour effect. Before floor paint can be applied, if your floorboards have previously been stained or varnished, in order to ensure the desired end result is that your floor is the correct colour, it may be necessary to use a sander to sand down the floorboards to reveal the wood surface below.