7 great painting techniques for your walls

7 great painting techniques for your walls

If you are thinking about painting your rooms and you looking for more creative solutions than monochrome walls that do not have any particular charm, you are in the right place. We did discover some great tricks for you so that in the original way – completely alone and without the help of professionals, you can put some spin on your old ideas or glamour-up your room. All while having a little bit of fun. Look at how to decorate the walls in your home with some simple tools and a little bit of money.

Decorate your walls with a broom

You can use the broom to achieve the look that fits perfectly into all types of interior styles. After putting paint on the walls, and while it is still fresh, sweep the broom over the surface, so that vertical tracks remain. It does leave some beautiful lines that are all thin, but they do wary in their thinness. It is not dull, but from afar, it looks simple and elegant.

Try it with a cloth

Twist the cloth in your hands and dip it in the paint. Remove the excess color and roll it over the walls. This technique will leave uneven patterns that will give the walls an interesting look.It will all be in the same color, but all in different shades with a pattern that is just enough the same all over the wall.

Foil is more minimalistic than cloth

If you want to achieve a stylish look, while the paint is still wet, secure the foil on it with your brush. After you remove it, the foil will leave subtle patterns that are quite nice if you have a room that is already filled with enough shelves,m paintings and other stuff on its walls.

 Tinting with a sponge

This low-cost tool makes an amazing effect, and you can choose to combine more tones or even different colors. You can use impressive metallic colors such as gold for the background, which are giving a beautiful contrast to the turquoise color. It will be just like making a painting, and it can look well if you want your room not to have a pattern, or to be in two or more colors.

Use corn as a brush

brush1Corn can amazingly replace your roller. Just dip its surface in the paint and roll the corn stick over the surface. It will leave some amazing dots that are somewhat the same and on the line, but not perfectly. It is again a pattern that looks a little bit playful and uneven from close.

Rope stripes

Wrap a thick rope around pieces of wood or roller and dip the surface into the paint. Carefully leave the prints so that the color does not break and change the direction to achieve an even more interesting effect. You can’t roll it over, but you will get some interesting effects, and it will be like making a painting all by yourself.