Pearl Painters was started a little over 22+ years ago. We have been fortunate to do a lot of awesome projects and we use our blog and social media sites (IG, FB, Twitter and LinkedIn) to showcase our teams amazing work.
We get a lot of calls asking about if we paint cabinets as this can be such a transformative part in any home. Below are some remarkable examples of cabinet projects our team has done over the years. We couldn’t use them all here but our website, wait! Did we mention we are launching a newer and updated website very soon. Be on the lookout for the official revile of this beautiful new page! It will showcase painting projects such as cabinets and many more. But for now, enjoy these before and after shots of cabinets we have done, and give us a call to get your free estimate 503 579 3765.
Built in 1996 this Tigard home boasts several rooms that are not only functional but also have unique character to them. Our outstanding painters were tasked with freshening up the paintwork in the great room. To paint we needed to fill dings and dents on the wainscoting (that is all the red spots you see 😉) and meticulously applying new paint to the wainscoting, walls and double doors. Check out these great before and after shots below and then don’t hesitate to reach out to us to find out what your home painting project would cost. Now is a great time to set your appointment to get your free estimate 503 579 3765 or click here.
This beautiful Lake Oswego home was built in 2006. It hosts a treasure of fantastic features such as this magnificent kitchen. However, after being built 17 years ago, it was time to modernize and brighten this space up. Our homeowner started with new counters and backsplash, but something in the space still felt off. She decided it was due to the abundance of wood from floor to ceiling. This is where the Pearl Painters magic comes in! We were able to save our homeowner a ton of money, time, and mess by repainting her existing cabinets.
How did we save her money? Let us explain the two options our homeowner was left with.
Option one is to do a FULL kitchen remodel (starting from $80k). New appliances, new cabinets and possibly new backsplash. This is a very expensive and wasteful option especially in this case because all her appliances and cabinets are in great, working condition. Hence why she went with option two.
Option two is to paint the existing cabinets (starting at $6k). This not only saves money from having to replace everything but also a lot of time and mess from construction work.
Look at these stunning before and after shots of the kitchen below. We couldn’t be more proud of the work our team did to deliver on our promise of giving our homeowner her dream kitchen at a fraction of the cost of a full kitchen remodel! Nice work Pearl team, you are the real MVPs!
Are you prepping your home for sale? Did you know that bold colors, that you love, could actually hinder how quickly your home sells?
Prospective buyers have a hard time with customizations such as but not limited to accent walls / dark colors. Buyers can sometimes get hung up on these areas and lack the vision to see past them and how they could alter the space to make it their own. But, not to worry! Pearl Painters can help get your home or any other space ready for showings!
Checkout what our team did for this stunning condo in the Pearl. First we patched all the holes from years of wear and tear, art and TV brackets, then we added a fresh neutral color. Now we have a fresh, like new, home ready for potential buyers!
We at Pearl Painters want to thank you for working with us this year. You are the reason for everything we do. We enjoy building meaningful relationships with each and every one of you, and we wanted to take this opportunity to express our heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to all our amazing clients.
When you work with us, you’re supporting far more than just a company. Every one of our team members values their interaction with you, whether they’re helping you schedule a consultation, providing an estimate, overseeing a paint project in the field, or following up with you after the project’s completion. Happy New Year from our family to yours, and we look forward to working with you again in the future!
Thank you to all the clients in 2022 who trusted with their homes!
Brandon Billingsley – Interior 97202 Robyn Luchs – Interior 97239 Marie Godbey – Interior 97130 Carmen Vetter – Cabinets 97214 Kerry Larsen – Interior 97224 Jane Sills – Interior 97007 Don Roupe – Interior 97070 Jeremy Tovey- Cabinets 97132 Amy Mlady – Interior 97224 Ahmet Houssein – Interior 97226 Aparna Chandrasekar – Interior 97229 Sarah Morris – Interior 97223 Emily Kahn – Cabinets 97225 Lisa Curtis – Cabinets 97007 John Rees – Interior 97068 Nancy MacKenzie – Interior 97013 Emily McClelland – Interior 97070 Julie Alford – Interior 97034 John Sullivan – Cabinets 97224 Amanda Jones – Interior 97219 Seema Steel – Interior 97201 Theresa and John Valls – Cabinets 97232 Rich Cox – Cabinets 97224 Erin Tribbia – Interior 97224 Karen Dean – Interior 97202 Melissa Delzio – Interior 97217 Valerie Luckenbill – Interior 97219 Joe Shen – Exterior 97229 Jennifer and Ken Hoffman – Interior 97007 Kelly Roberts – Interior 97062 Darin and Kaui Arnold – Interior , Exterior and Fence 97068 Marry Ellen Ambrose Interior – Hand rail 97219 Brett Southwell – Interior 97224 Mary and Jeff Stenzelpoore – Interior 97034 Pam and Keith Thompson – Interior 97070 Sarani Tank – Interior 97223 Richard Grow – Interior 97113 Andrew Meade – Interior 97239 Kim Shinner – Interior 97140 Ellen Nusblatt – Interior 97239 Koree Minor – Interior 97007 Tami Scornaienchi – Interior 97035 Sarah and Peter Iverson – Interior 97035 Judy Gabel – Interior 97223 Clarissa Beaumont – Interior 97140 Carol Sorgen – Interior 97035 Laurie Martinez Interior 97068 Alex Prentiss – Interior 97007 Karen Brandenburger – Interior 97223 Lauri and Dan Burrier – Interior 97217 Rachael Holland – Interior and front door 97212 Ed Murphy – Interior 97224 Lindsay and Brian Carrick – Interior and front door 97225 Michelle and Jim Vondenkamp – Interior 97007 Renee May – Interior 97132 Scarlett Van Sycon – Interior 97221 Tom Ruttan – Interior 97034 Marlo & Ed Gonzalez – Interior 97007 Kim Richards – Interior 97062 Courtney & Boom Bird – Interior 97062 GP Interior – 97223 Shawn Lafountain – Cabinets 97224 Mike Shainsky Interior 97209 Jeff Aldridge – Interior 97140 Candace Nokes – Interior 97068 Jean Lindstrom – Exterior 97007 Joe Christy – Exterior 97223 Carol and Richard Howe – Exterior 97223 Wes Button – Exterior 97223 Morgan and Leigh Herrington – Exterior 97007 Corina Torseth – Exterior 97224 JD Bullard – Exterior 97231 Norman Brooks – Exterior 97219 Marie Godbey – Exterior 97130 Steven Ward – Exterior 97223 Sharon Freeland – Exterior 97008 Jon Brems – Exterior 97224 Shawn Filippi – Exterior 97034 Paul Tropio – Exterior 97034 Barbara Kleinke – Exterior 97225 Katie Williams – Deck 97034 Carrie McCutchen – Exterior 97236 Mike and Janice Shainsky – Deck 97221 Kevin Loudd – Exterior 97224 Tracie Rayntham – Exterior 97007 Sharon Daigneault – Exterior 97123 Nancy Wilder – Exterior 97231 Susan and Dan Carpenter – Exterior 97068 Joy and Dave Heinecke – Exterior 97221 Shane Kim – Exterior 97205 Jon McDermott – Exterior 97123 Angela Maguire – Exterior 97008 Chuck and Shirley Herrick – Exterior 97062 Edward Interian – Cabinets and Exterior 97236 Bob Gerber Exterior – 97229 Jonas and Amy Reyer – Exterior 97223 Lee and Tom Keller – Exterior 97239 Matt Satterlee – Exterior 97224 Doug Kirby – Exterior 97219 Lisa Knorovsky – Exterior 97239 Heather Le – Exterior 97225 Katrina Willard – Exterior 97223 Mary Summer – Exterior 97215 Deanne Smith – Exterior 97225 Amy and Zak Meaut – Exterior 97223 Richard Imperial – Exterior 97219 May Ramos – Exterior 97224 Steven Cook – Exterior 97224 Katherinie Friedman – Interior 97211 Sara Coakley – Deck 97035 Bill Conley – Pergola 97225 Andy Ten – Exterior 97229 Tracy Scharfstein – Exterior 97035 Jun White – Exterior 97224 Brock Sheehan – Exterior 97223 Veronica Iverson – Exterior 97045 Linda Barnes – Exterior 97068 James Bryant – Exterior 97140
Don’t let the holidays stop you from completing your “To-do” list of house projects! This Portland home needed to have its interior painted and we covered this homeowners Christmas tree to keep their project going. What else did our team do to complete this project?
Sand patched spots
Apply first coat
Apply second coat
Blue tape inspection to ensure customer satisfaction
Holiday prep goes beyond the decorations and invitations being sent out to family and friends. It starts with having your home ready with just the perfect paint colors to make those special decorations pop and your guest’s eyes to light up. Our wonderful team helped to get this house holiday ready and reading the 5-Star Google Review the homeowner left, it is safe to say that she is pleased. Check out what she said about her experience with Pearl Painters.
“ I was so pleased with the work Pearl Painters did! Luke made the entire process seamless for me. He was knowledgeable and very friendly. Liane did an awesome job painting! Her work is perfection! I couldn’t be happier with the outcome. “ – Kim Richards
Pearl Painters has three core values we stand firmly behind. Trust, respect the individual and deliver what you promise! This 5-star Google Review that Ed felt compelled to write shows that our team works hard to live by these standards and that our homeowners can see and feel the difference by choosing us. Thank you, Ed, for such a thoughtful reflection on your project and experiences with our team.
Positive: Professionalism, Punctuality, Quality, Responsiveness, Value
“This is the 2nd time we used Pearl Painters. This project involved painting over dark-colored walls in a large bedroom and the master bathroom with white paint, and also painting the ceilings in both rooms white. Isaiah Hines was the project lead, and was aided by Josie Robles. They were friendly and professional, and worked all day and into the night to finish the project in one day, when we thought it would take two days. They kept us informed throughout the project, and invited us to closely inspect the final results. We would use them again for any exterior or interior painting.” – Ed Murphy
What a difference painting the interior of your home has on its overall look and freshness feeling. When colors get worn and tired looking, we are happy to step in and breathe life back into the walls, ceilings, staircases and so much more! And that is exactly what our extremely talented team did for these homeowners. So, what did we do to make it feel like new again? Also, check out the Yelp review they left!
How we did it? ✔️Masking ✔️De-greasing – lots of scrubbing ✔️Sanding ✔️Oil Primer ✔️Filler work on all the dents and dings ✔️More primer post filler / sanding ✔️2 Finish coats masterfully applied
“After moving to our new home, we decided this time to tackle some of the big projects right at the start…and this involved a bigger paint job than we were ready to take on as a DIY. In doing searches in our new city, I came across Pearl Painters and their very detailed description of their process caught my attention. From the estimate appointment with Randy Meyer, to the quick scheduling, and the main team of painting EXPERTS Traynor & Jeff (and extra help from Leanne, Isaiah & Noah)….we were continuously impressed with the attention to detail throughout. I am a self-admitted perfectionist and the crew leader Traynor was ALWAYS responsive to any feedback or concerns I had. The areas they painted involved the majority of the interior and they even managed to keep everything around them clean and organized since we’d already moved in.
The bonus was how lovely, friendly and just plain NICE all these people are! We did several projects upon move-in and this was the easiest one of all, with a truly great outcome. After we save up some additional funds, we fully intend to have Pearl Painters take on the few remaining rooms that need a new look! They were not the cheapest bid but they are definitely the best VALUE.” – Lauire M.
It is always exciting to be part of a home makeover project, especially when it is someone’s first home, and they get to put their stamp on all of it! For this project we had the help of the ever-talented Vanessa Rider, owner of Colormoxie to select the delightful new color scheme and modernize this home. It was decided on a nice white trim throughout and a nice light grey for all of the common walls. These first-time homeowners have a little one in their home and were concerned over paint fumes. After hearing about our process, we were able to ensure them the safety of their family is our number one priority and put their concerns at ease. The project turned out beautifully just in time for them to enjoy for the holidays!