Check Out How We Updated Restoration Hardware’s Elevator Paint Shaft
Restoration Hardware is an iconic global brand name that is synonymous with design, taste, style, and luxury. So, we took it as a real vote of confidence when they tapped us to help spruce up their 9th Avenue location in Manhattan. Specifically, they wanted us to help update their exposed elevator shaft paint colors.
Typically, we repaint elevators that are older or in disrepair to give them a fresh, new look. However, this time we were asked to repaint a brand-new installation. The inside of the exposed elevator shaft was originally white, and we used our custom color matching service and electrostatic spray painting process to paint the elevator shaft a sleek and modern gray to better match the aesthetic of the store.
We also painted the display shelves on the second floor of the store that house the fabric samples. The shelves came in factory finished, but Restoration Hardware wasn’t thrilled with the color. They originally hired a general painting contractor to repaint the shelves, but that contractor couldn’t achieve a smooth even finish on the unique metal surfaces of the shelf. We came in and used our electrostatic spray painting process, which positively charges the paint molecules as they leave the spray head. The positively charged paint is then naturally attracted to the negatively charged metal surface being painted—enabling the paint to evenly coat all surfaces, from all directions, no matter how intricate the piece is. This technique also helped eliminate any breaks in color and an abundance of overspray.
If you have a commercial or residential project that’s in need of some brightening up or updating, then look no further than Spray Finishes. We are able to do projects on site for your convenience or in one of our five tri-state area locations, including New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Long Island, and Westchester. Contact Spray Finishes today for an estimate on your next painting project.