Paints: Choosing the Best Among the Low & No VOCs

Paints: Choosing the Best Among the Low & No VOCs

Abby Stone
Sep 22, 2009

If you're looking for a change in your home, painting is the easiest way to shake things up, and you'll undoubtedly want to go with a low or no VOC paint. But with all the options available, which one do you choose?

Over on, our friend Kelly LaPlante of Kelly LaPlante Organic Interior Design, Inc. weighs in on the options and compares the top 7 choices, looking at price, odor, coverage and dry time.

Her favorite (and ours)? Benjamin Moore's Aura (low VOC) and Natura (No VOC) lines for their combination of low odor, great coverage and quick dry time.

To check out the contenders, read the full article here.

You can also check out our list of the Best Eco Paints 2009 for a complete rundown on the paints we think make the grade.

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How To: Buy The Right Amount of Paint
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(Image via Flickr member Marshall Astor, Food Pornographer licensed under Creative Commons)

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