Last summer your child wanted to be a lifeguard. The summer before that they were the captain of a cruise ship. What will it be this summer, huh? Summertime always seems to bring out a sense of freedom and adventure, but that shouldn't end when the school year rolls around. You can bring their adventures back home with them with the help of a little paint and a lot of imagination! Transform their room into a firehouse, a beach hut, or a jungle treehouse, and Sherwin-Williams' no-VOC Harmony® Interior Acrylic Latex paint is just the paint for the job...
Sherwin-Williams Harmony® paint offers the ultimate in environmentally responsible performance. Harmony's® zero-VOC formula ensures a very low odor... so low, in fact, that it can even be applied to occupied rooms, so you don't need to move your child out of the room while you paint. We think a Parent/Child Paint Day would be fun — your child paints out their adventure on paper while you paint it on the walls! Harmony® also has the highest indoor air quality ratings and the Good Housekeeping seal of approval.
Harmony® has a full line available for all your needs, from primer to top coat, so you'll use fewer coats for complete coverage. Harmony® also has additives that inhibit the growth of mold and mildew on the surface of the paint film.
Once you know what you're looking for, it's time to choose your color, and the Sherwin-Williams Color Visualizer is a good place to start. Test out various colors and see which one you — and your child — like the best. (Hopefully you can find a nice compromise!) Once you've found a color you can both agree on, print out the color information and bring it to your local Sherwin-Williams paint store.
Still a little unsure? Pick up a Color-to-Go® sample. Color-to-Go® samples are convenient Twist-n-Pour containers that cover approximately 75 sq.ft., allowing you to apply enough paint to visualize the color in the room. If you run into trouble (i.e. "How do I prep this wall?"), there's an answer for any question you may have along the way, big or small. Just ask Sherwin-Williams.