Note: We received Valspar Reserve Paint to try. I was not compensated monetarily for this post. All opinions are honest and my own.
At our old house, Brian and I painted quite a bit – our kitchen, entry, front door, master bathroom, the boys’ room, and even the exterior trim. Of course, that house was built in 1972 and had a lot of room for cosmetic updates.
The house we’re in now was a new build, so it was move-in ready. Of course, all the walls are builders’ beige which is not our style. We decided to start adding splashes of color in the kids’ bathrooms: a blue accent wall for the boys’ bathroom, and a pink accent wall for E’s.
Since the rooms we wanted to paint are both frequented by little people who are quite likely to touch the walls, we knew we’d want to pick a paint that could hold up to some wear and tear.
Valspar Reserve is a perfect choice. It uses HydroChroma technology, which is a breakthrough, high-performance paint colorant system. This technology provides superior color matching, advanced fade resistance and improved one-coat coverage, which means our color will stay true longer. It’s been tested for unsurpassed stain and scrub resistance.
Some details about the paint:
- One coat, stain-blocking Paint + Primer
- Unsurpassed stain + scrub resistance†
- Maximum hiding, anti-fade formula
- Smooth, easy to apply finish
- Exceptional washability
- Gives mildew-resistant finish
- Superior adhesion to tough surfaces
- Exceptional color matching
- Low odor, zero VOC*
- 100% acrylic latex
- Lifetime warranty
Here are some before and after shots -it’s amazing what a difference paint makes!