Tips On Painting A Room

Painting is considered as an art and anyone can paint. In fact, you can even have your own masterpiece at home, in one of your rooms. That’s right; perhaps it’s now time to paint your room with new color.

Painting a room involves careful planning and for the inexperienced painter, it can be a tough job. This is where painting tips become handy. If you want to get tips on painting a room, just continue reading because you will soon find what you’re looking for.

Before painting your room, you have to choose the paint color and the paint’s type. The latter can really make a difference so do make sure that you select the correct paint type.

Pros need painting tips every now and then so don’t be ashamed to admit that you need the tips badly. Besides, it’s all for your room’s beauty and art. There’s really no reason to feel bad about it; so the next time you happen to read painting tips, just continue reading and learn from it.

Paint your room like the pros, and you can do it over the weekend if you like. After that, you will always want to hangout in your beautiful room. Here are the tips on painting a room:

Examine your window treatments, existing furniture, and the other accessories found inside the room. If you’re trying to paint a new room, then you will not bother yourself of these details because you can go ahead in deciding the color scheme that you like. But if you have an existing room, choose the colors that you like from the items found in your room. Your paint dealer can help you in coordinating the different colors by providing you with color chips. Examine how light affects these chips during the day and night.

Suppose your room has rails and you want to use two colors. That’s possible; you simply paint the wall located below the rail with a darker color. This way, you can achieve an airy look because the light color will dominate the room.

Some rooms have trim work on the wall. It’s all up to you whether you paint them with the same color as the wall or perhaps you can paint the trim with a darker or lighter color to give emphasis to it, bold color flashes, and to add delicate hints. By painting the trim work with the same color, you will be able to achieve a monochromatic look.

If your room has a large surface area, any color that you paint will appear darker, so when choosing the paint’s color, get a color that is lighter than what you intend to paint with in the first place. Bright and clean colors will appear darker or lighter depending on your room’s light and other surrounding color.

If you’re not satisfied with your finished work because it appears bolder than what you really want, there is still a way to change it. Simply paint a muted color or a lighter shade over the bold color using techniques like sponging, color washing, and rolling.

The color can also affect the size of the room. Warm and strong colors such as oranges, reds, and yellows can make your room appear smaller. If you want to make it appear larger, use colors such as blue, violet, and green.

These are just six tips on painting a room. Happy painting.

 

Interior Paint Problems & Solution


Burnishing

Increase in gloss or sheen of paint film when subjected to rubbing, scrubbing or having an object brush up against it...


Blistering

Bubbles resulting from localized loss of adhesion and lifting of the paint film from the underlying surface...
 

Blocking

Undesirable sticking together of two painted surfaces when pressed together (e.g., a door sticking to the jamb)...


Caulk Failures

Loss of caulk's initial adhesion and flexibility, causing it to crack and/or pull away from the surfaces to which it is applied...

 

Cracking - Flaking

The splitting of a dry paint film through at least one coat as a result of aging, which ultimately will lead to complete failure of the paint. In its early stages, the problem appears as hairline cracks; in its later stages, flaking occurs...

 

Foaming - Cratering

Formation of bubbles (foaming) and resulting small, round concave depressions (cratering) when bubbles break in a paint film, during paint application and drying...

 

Lapping

Appearance of a denser color or increased gloss where wet and dry layers overlap during paint application...


Mud Cracking

Deep, irregular cracks resembling dried mud in dry paint film...

 

 

 
 
 
 
 

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