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Wall paint can make or break the way a room feels.

With an interior paint project, it's important to be able to have plenty of options to choose from. Here at Ring's End, we pride ourselves on having a number of different interior wall paint options. No matter what paint colors you have in mind, we've got you covered. We've got plenty of paint and paint supplies available at our locations. Keep reading to find out more!

Choosing the Perfect Interior Paint Finish

The finish you choose for your paint really depends on what room you'll be painting. There are quite a few different finishes available, and knowing where they're used best is an important part when picking your paint. Check out our handy guide below.

High Gloss Paint or Semi-Gloss Paint

High gloss and semi-gloss paints are excellent choices of paint for high-traffic areas that see a lot of wear and tear. They're easy to clean and provide maximum durability. For this reason, they're definitely the best option for rooms like the kitchen, bathrooms, or for children's rooms. Gloss paints are also an excellent choice for trim. There are plenty of high gloss and semi-gloss paint options that are easily scrubbed clean when you need to!

Satin Paint

Satin paint is another great option for high traffic areas, but ones that don't need to be cleaned quite so often. They're still very easy to clean, and still hold up for years, as a gloss or semi-gloss paint would. Choose a satin paint for family rooms, like the living room or the den. Other rooms that are used often can benefit from a nice satin paint, as well.

Eggshell Paint

When you need new paint for low-traffic areas in the home, an eggshell finish is your best bet. These paints give a clean, smooth-looking finish to any room that they're in. Use this interior paint finish when you're painting rooms like the dining room for the best look. It's also great for any moisture-prone rooms that you have, like the basement or a stuffy bathroom.

Flat Paint or Matte Paint

If you need a paint that provides excellent coverage in a low-traffic or private area in your home, you can't go wrong with a flat paint or a matte paint. These paint finishes are ideal for rooms like master bedrooms, where you'll only be using the room for a short amount of time each day. Matte paints and flat paints are low lusters, and while the flat finish isn't one that resists dirt, it does provide maximum coverage, sometimes only needing one coat to get the job done.

Using the Right Paint Color for Your Home

Color selection is just as important, if not more important than choosing the right finish. A lighter color will make a room appear bigger, and a darker color will close the room up. No matter what painting project you're working on, it's important to pick the perfect paint color to fit the room and the mood!

Custom Paint Colors at Ring's End

At Ring's End, we offer plenty of custom paint colors from the three brands that we sell. We offer traditional paint swatches, as well as peel and stick paint patches so that you can pick the best paint color for your home. When you choose a custom color from Ring's End, you're choosing to pick the best quality paint that you can buy.

Latex Paint or Acrylic Paint? Which One Should You Choose

When you're looking at interior paint, you'll have the option between acrylic and latex paints. Understanding the difference between the two is important in making your paint decision.

Latex Interior Paint

Latex paints are water based, making cleanup throughout your painting project a breeze. However, latex interior paint isn't nearly as elastic as its acrylic counterpart. Overall, here are the pros and cons of using a latex interior paint.


  • Easier to apply to surfaces

  • Fast drying

  • Less expensive than acrylic paint

  • Generally low VOC (volatile organic compound)


  • Requires more surface prep

  • Needs to be applied in lower humidity

  • Harder to apply properly overall

Latex interior paint is an excellent option in most cases. However, in applications where it won't work well, you may want to consider acrylic options.

Acrylic Interior Paint

Acrylic paint is chemical-based, making it a bit less manageable when working on a painting project. However, what it lacks in terms of easy application it makes up for in durability and lifespan. Check out the pros and cons of acrylic interior paint below.


  • Dries extremely quickly

  • Water-resistant when dry

  • Higher elasticity (great for humid rooms)

  • Extremely durable


  • More expensive than latex paints

  • Higher VOC

  • Harder to clean up

Acrylic paints are generally more expensive, but they're also far more durable than latex paints. If you need long-lasting paint, be sure to choose acrylic, but be sure to use the correct personal protection equipment.

Brands We Sell

At Ring's End, we only stock the best products for our customers, and that applies to interior paint as well. Check out the brands that we trust and believe in!

Benjamin Moore

Benjamin Moore has been around for well over a hundred years. Founded in 1883, Benjamin Moore is a trusted paint brand with plenty of exterior and interior paint options. If you're looking to tackle a paint project, you can't go wrong with Benjamin Moore. With all of their premium paint lines, you'll be sure to find the perfect paint color and finish no matter what you're looking for.

Farrow & Ball

Farrow & Ball have a very strong following. They've got 132 timeless colors, and are passionate about providing the highest quality product that they can. They were founded in 1946, and have used age-old methods since their founding. If you want a high-quality paint, you can't go wrong with Farrow & Ball.


Curator is a paint company that focuses on heritage and design. Their paints are inspired by their Irish lineage, as well as the designers that they call their team. Curator prides themselves on having unique colors that have been created by a unique team of people. They offer 144 colors that work well with one another, and specific colors come with recommendations on the complementary colors they work best with.

Frequently Asked Questions

Check out some of our most frequently asked questions about interior paints below!

How Much Paint Should You Buy?

When painting any room, it's important to measure all the surfaces that you'll be painting, and then double that amount when you buy your paint. This ensures that if a second coat is needed, you'll have it. You'll also have paint for touch-ups at a later date if you need it, too!

Can I Live in My House While I'm Painting It?

In most cases, the answer to this question is yes. You'll just need to do some rearranging and pick up some protective covers for furniture, and a drop cloth or two. Be sure to adequately ventilate the room you're painting, and wear any necessary protective equipment to avoid inhalation of VOCs.

How Often Should Rooms Be Painted?

This is entirely dependent on the wear and tear that you put on your walls, but most designers recommend that interior walls be given a fresh coat every 3 to 5 years. You may need to paint more frequently than that though, depending on your design and style changes. Interior paint has an overall lifespan of 5 to 10 years, however.

Can I Use My Old Paint?

Most paint that hasn't been put on a wall will only last about 10 years. If the paint you've got leftover from a previous project is any older than that, chances are that it won't go on correctly.

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