Deciding to paint the walls of the house is equivalent to satisfying a desire for renovation. It is often not necessary to change furniture by spending enormous sums to buy furniture capable of giving new spirit and soul to the home environment: thanks to a good painter who combines good dexterity with the use of quality paints, we will be able to have walls and walls of the house endowed with particular effects more or less articulated.
Moreover, thanks to the new generation paints that offer refined decorative results, the atmosphere of the environment will become sophisticated and super trendy in an instant.
Painting for the walls: to each technique and paint, its effect
If you already have some ideas in mind or have resorted to Pinterest to get a cue on how the new look of your walls should be, keep in mind that once you have identified the desired decorative effect you will need to illustrate it as best as possible to the painter who he will take care of carrying out the work, to simplify the work operations for him and be sure to obtain exactly the chosen decorations.
Among the decorative painting techniques for interior walls, the most famous are undoubtedly sponging, glazing, spatula, and brush strokes. Based on the effect and the desired final result, the most appropriate technique will be chosen.
Painting the house: where to start and the preparatory stages of the walls
Painting the home walls might seem a simpler operation than it is. Still, when you decide to carry out similar jobs, the best advice is to always rely on professionals in the sector. They will also take care of the entire preparatory phase.
Yes, because just as it is important to start from a brick and proceed gradually to build an entire house, a solid preparation phase is also foreseen for the whitening process.
In reality, we can really say that the initial preparation is such an important process that determines the success of the work. This work phase is particularly long because it must be organized and carried out with care and attention.
Once you have become aware of your favorite color combinations and the techniques with which the renovation of the walls of the house will be carried out, free the room as much as possible for the right freedom of movement and protect the impossible elements move from the environment.
Covering furniture and floors with large plastic sheets and protecting skirting boards, doors, and windows with paper tape will prevent splashes of paint from ruining something, saving us from a particularly long and tedious final cleaning job. At this point, you are free to work directly on the walls, smoothing the unevenness with sandpaper or using putty to fill any holes left by removed nails.