Tag Archives: Spring 2016

World’s Largest Theater Restoration Project: Teamwork Required!

Behold the rejuvenated State Theatre. Part of the final phase of a major entertainment complex restoration in downtown Cleveland, the repaint of the historic 3,193-seat theater was a collaborative effort of the Playhouse Square Foundation and two experienced contracting firms.

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4 Steps to Becoming a More Inspiring Leader

Habits can be a trap for people in leadership positions. As leaders, they should provide a compelling vision that inspires those around them. Instead, many of them lapse into automatic and mindless thinking. And that can affect every decision they make – and the actions of the people who report to them. Continue reading 4 Steps to Becoming a More Inspiring Leader

2016 New Product Guide

From a breakthrough coating with the power to kill bacteria to an extreme bonding primer to true washable flats, innovation is in the air (and on the wall). These new products will help make your job easier in 2016. Continue reading 2016 New Product Guide

How To Paint Unfinished, Discolored Drywall

By Rick Watson

We’re looking at a project where the drywall was installed 30 years ago but never finished. It is now brown. The new homeowner would like to finish the project. What would you recommend so we do not have bleed-through of this brown color?

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Color of the Year: The Perfect Multi-Purpose Neutral

A hue symbolic of new beginnings, Alabaster (SW 7008) provides an oasis of calmness, spirituality and ‘less is more’ visual relief, says Sue Wadden, Sherwin-Williams Director of Color Marketing. “Alabaster is neither stark nor overly warm, but rather an understated and alluring hue of white.” Continue reading Color of the Year: The Perfect Multi-Purpose Neutral