5 Stylish Wall Painting Techniques

We consider walls as blank canvases holding up to be filled with color to come alive. How might you get that going? Paint adds so much to our homes, including warmth, color, tranquillity and intensity. If you’re looking for a way to make a greater effect with paint, why not consider elaborating a wall (or an entire room) with the help of Stylish Wall Painting Techniques? Indeed, some of today’s top design techniques can be a great source of inspiration for decorative painting.


Splatter Paint Effect


A splatter paint effect is equally enticing, and it’s fun to layer a variety of colors and tones. By diluting the paint with water to form a wash, you can make a marbled background and let the splatters take center stage. It’s tied in with layering on the color and spots. While this technique would be easier on a flat surface, you can simply cover a large canvas while it lays on a tabletop and then hang it on the wall.

Splatter Paint Effect


Bands of Color


We now move from splatters, spots and sponge painting to bands of color. Yet these bands appear to blur into each other, creating a dreamy effect. By taking paint in similar colors and making the most of mixing, the change from one color to another can be almost seamless. When the landscape-style bands aren’t mixed, the result is bolder. While the design below graces a furnishing, it can easily be applied to your wall.

Bands of Color


Metallic Paint


If you need to give your walls a sparkling look, a metallic paint or glaze is the way to go. The walls will sparkle when light hits it. Whether you want to paint your interior walls or furniture, metal or paint surface; Modern Master Metallic Paint will mark up to your all expectations. There is no any better option than modern masters for making bewitching home’s interior. When it comes to paint interiors, people consider it as sheen and feel of finish.

Metallic Paint


Textured Stone Paint


The textured stone paint technique is another way to add unique decor to your walls. This is a great way to replace wallpaper borders or stencils in any style of room. To create a textured stone paint technique, for stamped stone, you'll use textured stone as your basecoat. Once dry, top it with a thick glaze, then use a foam stamp to press your desired design into the glaze. You can also use the basecoat to create an aged stucco effect.

Textured Stone Paint


Clean Lines


The lines in the painted walls below are less blurry and wavy. Bring on the fresh and the clean! In this interior, a gradient of color makes a retro-modern impact in shades of peacock blue. Instead of painting the entire wall, try painting a section of the room. Pick a shape, for example a rectangle, and make a 3-D effect by giving the design a chance to extend the roof as well as the walls.

Clean Lines


Closure


Stylish wall painting ideas can come from the most unexpected and simple places so keep your mind open. If you need your walls to look cool and outstanding, you require more than just a single accent color or a roll of painter’s tape!