Wall Painting Ideas

You’ve bought your new house. It’s a bit of a mess since the previous owner was in a hurry to sell and had been in the middle of renovating.

You don’t really mind that though since it now gives you the perfect chance to do your house up exactly the way you want it to be done. But now you need to decide where everything goes and what colors will suit your rooms, but you’re still slightly clueless on any wall painting ideas. If you want to keep your wooden floors, swimming pools, structural glazing, and expansion joints free from the risk of degrading in quality, you should check out this Flex Seal review.

So you eagerly collect your set of new keys and go on over to your new house. The minute you step in through the door ideas assail you. That huge urn you bought a year ago would look fantastic in the corner, and you’re pretty sure your existing sofa set will fit in this other room. And you know the antique mirror table would look stunning in the hallway. The only thing you really get stuck on though is wall painting ideas.

You don’t want to just dab on any coat of neutral-colored paint and be done with it. What you want is a masterpiece, something that you can look on with pride every time you look at it. Naturally, you should be able to keep looking at it with pleasure for some time to come as well, so it shouldn’t be too over the top. But where can you get good wall painting ideas from, and how can you go about getting it done.

There are a few ways that you could go about this. The easiest being if you have an artistic streak in you, then you could always get your wall painting ideas off the cuff so to speak, and paint the walls as you see fit. Unfortunately, most of us aren’t too artistic and are hesitant to pick up a brush or roller and apply the first coat of paint without any guidance.

In this case, then, you’ll need some help. You could start off by hiring a professional interior decorator to help you decide what would look good, or you could sit down and watch some DIY programs on the TV where they have some pretty good ideas on what to do with a house, and will even give you some great wall painting ideas.

If neither of these is an option though you could always just settle for going down to your local DIY or hardware store with a few fabric swatches and color sheets of your most prominent pieces of furniture and enlist their help on color coordination. You might come up with a mixed bag of wall painting ideas with this last one, but I found that it was the one that worked best for me, and now

I’m proud of my slightly eclectic house. It reflects who I am just perfectly.