Historic Paint Colors program planned


Get insights on the right paint color for your home

Press Release provided by Tiffin Historic Trust

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Summer home repair projects often include house painting, especially for older homes after a hard winter. On Wednesday, April 3, Nicholas A. Macmillan, manager of Tiffin’s Sherwin-Williams Paint store, will provide insights on choosing the correct paint for your home or building. Macmillan’s presentation starts at 7 p.m. in the Frost Kalnow Room at Tiffin-Seneca Public Library, 77 Jefferson St. Sponsored by the Tiffin Historic Trust, the event is free and open to the public.

Accompanying the guest will be a local house painter who has experience working on older historic homes and can help answer the painting questions that plague homeowners. 

Sherwin-Williams is known for its historic interior and exterior preservation color palettes. They have coordinated color schemes for homes in all architectural styles from Victorian and Craftsman bungalows to suburban mid-century modern homes. The palette recommendations are based on the original color schemes used within the respective architectural eras. 

As a bonus, the Sherwin-Williams store in Tiffin will offer a discount to those who attend the program.

For more information, contact Mary at (419) 448-0370, visit www.tiffinhistorictrust.org or find the group on Facebook at  www.facebook.com/tiffinhistoric.trust.

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