Home interior designing is not always an easy task, especially when the room is big. If you are planning to make changes in your room to change its feel and appearance then you need to take into consideration the different styles and colours that would be a good fit in your house. You should start by determining what style fits the room better, a modern or classical style or maybe a traditional theme. This will determine the type of the color to be used but don't worry because it is not always so cut and dry.
There are many different styles and colors of paint that are suitable for various rooms. Most people have the misconception that all paints are the same. Actually different types of paints work differently in different types of surfaces. The purpose of the paint is to provide protection and to give the desired effect.
Another very important point to take into account when painting your walls is the size of the paint. The smaller the paint, the thicker the colour, and the more durable it is. A good rule of thumb is to get a couple of coats of paint, one for the wall itself, and one for the room. Once you've applied the paint, make sure it stays on by using water-based products. This is a quick and easy way to dry your walls if there is any water left. Don't let the paint dry on the walls for more than fifteen minutes, as the longer the paint stays on the faster it dries.
Next decide on the colour. Use a pen or pencil to draw out what you think the new colour will look like. Don't use paint colour swatches, as they may not always match. It's best to work out how much you want the colour to go first before you apply it.
Finally you need to prepare the paint and get the walls ready. Apply the paint with a sponge brush. If you're using water-based products, be careful, because it is easier to run into a wall, as you're applying it. Don't spray too much paint at once or else you'll run the risk of your walls melting or peeling. Use a palette knife to make small cuts in the paint so you can apply it more easily and evenly.
After the paint has dried, you can now install the furniture and accessories to match the colour. to the room, but remember to leave enough space between them and the wall, as this will ensure the flooring can 'breathe' in case the paint comes off. without leaving a mess.