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Are you ready for a change in your house? I would really like to recommend painting the walls. Either for maintenance or to really change up the look of your house, it is a great option. In this article I will explain why you should paint the walls of you house an how you can do it!
Why should I change the colour of my walls?
The colour of the walls can really determine the appearance of a room and the general look of your house. If you have old wallpaper of if you have had to deal with a leak, your walls will definitely need new paint. Simply because your house needs the maintenance. But besides that, we humans like to change things up every once in a while. Painting the walls is a relatively easy and inexpensive way to do so.
What colour should I choose for my walls?
If you look into the technical side of colour on the walls or what interior experts have to say, you can get a bit overwhelmed by all the rules you have to follow. But the most important thing to keep in mind is that it is your house so the colour should suit you and your needs. So even if it goes against all the ‘rules’, if you like a colour and it feels good, the you should definitely do it. But I do have a few things you can keep in mind when picking a colour. Warm colours will make a room feel more cozy, while cold colours make a room more clean and neat. And you can also choose multiple colours for one room.
How do I paint my walls?
You can choose to hire a professional, this will ensure that the job will get done well. But if you want to be a bit more cost efficient, you can do it yourself. It can also be fun to invite some friends and do it together. Traditionally this is done with brushes or with a paint roller. But it is definitely easier and quicker to use a latex paint spayer. It is also common for professionals to use these machines. If you do choose to use a HEA paint sprayer, make sure to test it on a piece of wood or something you don’t mind getting ruined. That way you can get the hang of using the machine before you start on your walls.