• low-odor paint
The last thing an architect wants is an exquisite interior that’s uninhabitable because of lingering paint fumes. This is why our readers favor paint with low volatile organic compounds and benign ingredients. Harmless to homeowners and the environment, such paint also delivers quality performance. In fact, San Antonio, Texas-based Michael G. Imber, AIA, says the pigments in his favorite brand are “so pure that you get true color saturation, with the effect of changing hues throughout the day.”

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    low-odor paint The last thing an architect wants is an exquisite interior that’s uninhabitable because of lingering paint fumes. This is why our readers favor paint with low volatile organic compounds and benign ingredients. Harmless to homeowners and the environment, such paint also delivers quality performance. In fact, San Antonio, Texas-based Michael G. Imber, AIA, says the pigments in his favorite brand are “so pure that you get true color saturation, with the effect of changing hues throughout the day.”

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